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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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I had the same exact problem. I found a suggestion fix on FIXYA that actually worked. What is happening to your projector is that the video signal is not being comunicated to the lens. The reason for this is that the circuit board facing the back side of the projector has a connector about 2" wide and aprox. 1/8" thick at the bottom left corner that inserts into a socket located on back of the lens. This connection comes loose due to dropping of the projector or in my case after I opened up the projector and lifted the top circuit board up to remove the third single fan for lubrication.
What you need to do is open up the projector by removing the lamp first (three philips screws), then remove three torx screws that hold the bottom casing to the top casing (screws about 1 1/2" long).
Carefully lift the top cover making sure the rear connectors clrear.
Using a thin wooden or plastic ruler or any other flat tool no wider than 1", very carefully insert the ruler down the space between the plastic casing and the rear circuit board towards the left corner. once the ruler is all the way down, try putting enough presure against the circuit board untill you see it and even hear it seat fully against the lens.
Be very carefull not to drag the ruler against the circuit baord or cause any damage to it.

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The vent fan on my over the range Whirlpool microwave (mh1150xmq-0) runs any time I use the microwave (as if I have turned the vent fan on "low"). This doesn't seem to affect cooking, but it...

You either have a shorted exhaust fan thermostat or a shorted fan relay on the control circuit board.

While we regularly repair these controllers by mail for $39.95 postpaid with a one-year guarantee, or you can order a new control circuit board (part number) from the Pros here, we strongly suggest that you or someone you know check the exhaust fan thermostat first.

It should read "open" on a continuity (ohms) test. If it reads closed (shorted) it is bad and the fan will run all the time.

Or you can simply unplug the oven's power, disconnect one lead from the thermostat, tape it over to prevent shorting, then plug the oven back in. If the fan still comes on, the problem is on the board. If it does not, the thermostat is shorted.

There should be a "mini-manual" (tech sheet) hidden inside the unit behind the control panel or hidden on the left side behind the grille, which is very helpful when troubleshooting, testing, and locating components.

At our Web site, we have a video available showing how to remove a typical over the range control panel assembly in under 5 minutes.

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My TLP-S10 lamp will not stay on after a couple of moments.

Is the fan working. Check fan. Very likely the device overheated. If fan is working the air filter might need to be cleaned. See you manual how to clean filter and reset the filter cleaning counter so that the device can work properly again.

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I have a Toshiba TLP 260 Multimedia Projector --after a couple of minutes of being on the fan icon appears in upper left corner the projector will shut down indicator lights for the fan and on, goes red. ...

If all the fans are running and you are sure, than it sounds like you have a bad main control board. Double check that all the fans are running. If so you will need to replace the main controller, this is the board that the fans are plugged into.
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There are air flow sensors in the unit as well which you may have blocked up when you blew out the fans. If those sensors do not detect air flow, the assumption is that there is a fan error. Try removing the fan and cleaning the entire air flow path.


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