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Power won't come on

Turned on switch but nothing happens

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Hi mitchymitch

Check if the fuse on the Powersupply Board ( the one with AC socket on it ) isn't blown.

Don't just check it with the eye , replace it ! If this doesn't solve the problem at hand then you will have to get the Powersupply Board replaced.

You will obviously have to take off the top cover of the Projector in order to get to Powersupply.

Good luck and thanks for using Fixya !

Posted on May 22, 2008

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