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Won't power up at all

My church has an Acer pd120d projector with at most, 500 hours on the bulb. It won't power on at all, no lights, no fan activity, nothing. Acts like it isn't even plugged in. If the bulb is shot would it act this way or would there at least be some indicator lights operating?

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  • pogyfarm Jan 23, 2009

    Its a DLP projector, lamp is mercury gas, no filament. No mention of fuses anywhere in the owners manual.

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There is a chance that it is fuse protected inside.
When a filament-equipped lamp fails, it can create a momentary surge; you've probably seen this when a standard tungsten bulb flashes very bright in the process of dying completely.

If you no longer have the User Guide, you can download it here:

http://safemanuals.com/user-guide-instructions-owner-manual/ACER/PD120-_E

It may contain information about any fuse it uses.

Posted on Aug 25, 2008

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