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Thats good advice, do you have any suggestions for removing the two fans that are on either side of the lens? The circuit board on top of it has ribbon cables that cannot be unattached. Also, do you happen to know the exact location of the air flow sensors? Are they inside the fan? How do you recommend I clean them? Thanks a bunch! :)

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I'm not familiar with your specific model, but I do work on projectors all the time (some as large as 35000 lumens). DO NOT touch the lens area. Any movement of those panels will require a reconvergence procedure which is neither easy nor cheap. Use canned air to clean the area of dust. That is about all you can do.

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