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Dosn't sound good. There are many tiny components that could have attributed to this. Maybe the device got surged, who knows. If it is under warranty in any way, now is the best time to use it, most warranties cover surge/wear and tear. If it is not in warranty in any way, then open the projector and replace everything that got burnt out, aka, take it to one of those repair shops you see in the strip plazas. Sorry i couldn't be of more assistance
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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