Question about InFocus LP 820 Multimedia Projector
I have an LP-820 and nothing happens when I plug it in. I took the bulb out and it is blown, but shouldn't I see a light or hear a fan or something?
You should get some indication of power even without the globe. This can however be a problem relating to the globe not being inside the projector.
Most projectors use a switch inside so they know when a lamp is installed. Some have several of these and a fuse that is on the lamp unit itself.
Replace the lamp back into the projector and apply power again. If you get lights then you have that much solved at least.
If there are still no power lights at all, then you may have had a power surge that not only killed the globe, but has blown the internal fuse for the power supply as well (or even killed the power supply)
To get access to the power supply you will need to disassemble the whole unit almost. If your not comfortable doing this, then I would advise getting it checked over by your local tech. It could save you hundreds of dollars buying a new lamp when the projector may not be worth repairing.
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
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