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Low refrigerant will cause the compressor to run hot and shut down. Check the diagnostics codes. Mine was 2 3 5 by the diagnostic LEDs inside the outside unit

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If the compressor starts and runs check the run capacitor for visual signs such as bulging of the casing or oil leakage which would indicate a bad run capacitor. A bad run capacitor will cause the compressor current draw to be above normal resulting in the overload protector tripping. If the compressor Hums then clicks the compressor is bad.

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If the voltages are lower then 12V then the problem might be a psu. Check for any bulged capacitors or maybe bad solderings. But for every case also check the termal fuse.

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Have you been using this projector for some time?
With time, dust gathers in 'air filters' and it hinders the movement of air though the projector. When this happens, projector gets overheated. To prevent damage, it shuts off automatically.
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1) Ensure that there are clear air pathways around the projector

2) Clean the air filters.

3) Ensure that the fans are running. If the fans don't run the projector won't fire it.

It is likely that cleaning the filters will solve your porblem.

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if the lamp lights and then shuts down, replace the lamp. it's at the end of it's life. to rule out overheating, blow the projector out with canned air. dust retains the heat that the projector is trying to expell. also see if all of the fans are working. if you do get an image for a short time, try to get into the menu to reset the settings to factory default. lastly, if all else fails, you have a ballast issue. unfortunately, infocus no longer sells parts for this model.

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Does the lamp actually light up and project? If not, it's probably a dead bulb. Are there any flashing lights that might be displaying an error code? How dow you know it's not overheating? Remove the filter and give it a good cleaning. Some projectors measure airflow and, even though the heat hasn't built up, the projector shuts down because it predicts overheating will occur due to insufficient airflow.

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Is there any on scren messaes before shutting down and when shutting down - which of the LED's on the unit is flashing and what colour ?

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