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The fan has stopped working, and the projector has shut down and will not turn on. The bulb is still OK.

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The thermal fuse behind the lamp module has opened (usually due to a high internal temperature). On some occasions, this is caused by a fan belt failure. Because this involves primary voltage, I would recommend you take the projector to an authorized repair dealer.

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