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NEC VT670 Blown Fuse

I have a NEC VT-670 and has a slow blown fuse burnt. I replaced 2 times, but still blowing the fuses even while I checked the cables to see if a hot wire was grounding, but found nothing. Any suggestions, tips ??? Thanks in advance, SithPitt

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Try replacing main power supply it should take care of your fuse problem.... Not the ballest power supply the main one.

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Hey SithPitt,
sorry I can't help you, but maybe you can tell me where to find the fuse. I opened the projector and have problems to find a fuse on a first view. The suspected place near ON/OFF is well shielded.

Posted on Mar 14, 2008

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