Question about Mitsubishi HC3000U Multimedia Projector
My power went out for a split second causing my projector to power down. I tried restarting right after and it wont start back up . Is there a wait period usually for the projector to cool down?? Is this why it wont restart ?
You were right about the shut-down time. We had an older InFocus projector at work that had the cord yanked (by the presenter no less...) which cost us a near $400 in repairs. A LOT of heat is generated in these machines and proper cooling is absolutely essential to their operation.
Posted on Jun 03, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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