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No Power to My Toshiba TDP-S8

After connecting the mains, Power LED on the console is off. and non of the switchs works

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  • Anonymous Jul 15, 2008

    I have the same problem.
    I did notice one more thing.
    After switching on and off at the mains the power button blinked for a split second after a few seconds, then again after a few seconds ... ex.
    Also when I hold in the power,input and menu buttons for a few seconds all 3 lights come on and stay on.
    What is this mode ?
    When I then switch off the mains and back on the power light stays on, but when I power up the light goes off and back on after a few seconds.
    Some times the projector main bulb lights up for about a seconds or 2 then switch off again.
    Please help.
    Thanks


  • Ybhav Jul 18, 2008

    If Left with mains supply on to the unit after couple of days the system automatically comes alive that is the Power LED on the console come on, Pls advice

  • joemomma Aug 04, 2008

    I have the exact same problem and I've seen no problems with the bulb. Please help in solving this.

  • paymanrasoul Oct 26, 2008

    hi



    After connecting the mains, Power LED on the console is off. and non of the switchs works

  • Anonymous Dec 19, 2008

    Power light on and off and the projector won't start. I had not turned on the orojector for about 3 months. I left it pugged in to the outlet during this time.

  • Anonymous Mar 05, 2009

    no power here either.

  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2009

    Has anyone been able to solve this yet?

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  • paymanrasoul Oct 26, 2008

    hi



    After connecting the mains, Power LED on the console is off. and non of the switchs works

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