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Mitsubishi hc3000 wont start

I have a mittsubishi hc 3000. It worked great but when I turned it on today it started as usual but the fan sounded funny and made a clicking noise, The status light and the power lites were both green. The fan slowed down and then speeded up again several times. then the power lite turned red and the status lite flashed on and off and then stopped and unit shut down. The bulb never lit. I have less than 1000 hrs on this unit and bulb. Whats the problem? Thanks Gary

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When the power button flashes red and shut down that means the system is getting hot... Follow the procedures below to solve the problems..

  1. Press LAMP POWER ON/OFF button to OFF.
  2. Check the air filter for dust accumulation.
  3. Remove dust with vacuum cleaner (see Air Filter Care and Cleaning.)
  4. Press LAMP POWER ON/OFF button to ON.
If the TEMPERATURE WARNING INDICATOR still continues to flash, call your manufacturer

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This is a problem in your power board.

thi unit is getting OFF due to heating problem

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