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Denzil Jones Posted on Jun 21, 2007
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My issue with the projector is when i plug it in, only the intake fan in the Back comes on, no indicator lights or anything else comes on

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Take it back Denzil there is nothing for you to do here- it is an internal mother board connector or Power supply problem. Contact Technical Support at Toshiba for further advice.

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