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I have a H27A optoma projector, glass inside has broken, globe is not broken projector does not work and fan and globe do not come on

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Might as well unplug it from the mains and carefully remove the cover and look inside to see where all the damaged optical bits are. Then you can figure if it's worth fixing it. Sounds like a fuse or overtemperature switch may be stopping the unit from operating anyway.

Posted on Apr 11, 2011

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