Question about Samsung Sp-H710AE Multimedia Projector
Either the lamp needs to be replaced, or your projector is experiencing overheating problems.
The unit may not be running hot but there may be a bimetal thermal switch that has become fussy.
If you have an electronics supply nearby, they will have 'freeze spray' and if you procure it, you can see if the projector will turn back on if you give it a shot in a vent. Do NOT spray it on a hot lamp; it may cause it to fracture. If this does make it turn back on, you will have to locate the failing switch although the common ones are disc-shaped with two contacts coming from them.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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