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Burned component on one of the boards that controls the fans

A friend of mine just gave me a projector however it come up with a fan error. Further investigation revealed that someone had removed one of the fans and installed it upside down which caused the propellor to be stuck. I was happy when I found that but disapointed to see that once the fan was reposisionned properly it still did not work. I then realized that there were some components on the board that were damaged.  I have taken photos of the board and close up photos of the burned components however I do not know where to look for those parts or wher I could find the complet board. the part number on the board is the following. FCDS312243850833 there is also a few other numbers like; 2JS73AC  and 0101. Could anyone help me with that problem thanks in advance

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I have a TLP-S10 that got a fan error after I blew air through it to remove dust. I opened it all up and determined that all the fans actually work so i'm stumped. Since i have an identical projector and have it all opened maybe we can help each other. Send me a personal email if you want to solve our problems together... tomolsen1@hotmail.com

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Hi fendersquire

You will have to provide me with the Make and Model of your Projector first please.

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