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Error "Fan Stopped"

When power up it stopped at count down 5 and message above displays. We had a blown Fan and replace with a new one but not the same type, could this be the problem. Please assist.

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  • Biscuits100 Sep 24, 2008

    The projector starts up and when it gets to the end of the countdown the message "Fan Stopped" appears?

  • albninja Apr 14, 2009

    Yeah,i have same problem vith error FAN STOPED on LP640 Infocus projector...

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Yes. it needs the third wire to sense the fan speed. without it, the projector assumes that the fan is not running.

Posted on Dec 29, 2009

  • David Bunting Feb 08, 2013

    Can you give instructions for R&R of fan, and source of replacement? Do you do this service?

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To reset CHANGE OIL SOON/OIL CHANGE REQUIRED message on the message center, press the SETUP control to access the System Check mode. Press and release the RESET button until IF NEW OIL HOLD RESET is displayed. Press and hold RESET button until OIL LIFE SET TO 100% is displayed.


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To reset "CHANGE OIL SOON/OIL CHANGE REQUIRED" message on the Message Center, press "RESET" and "SETUP" controls at the same time. "OIL LIFE % HOLD RESET NEW" will be displayed. Press the "SETUP" control to access the System Check mode. Press "RESET" to start the system check. Press and hold the "RESET" control. Press "RESET" and "SETUP" to reset the system to 100%


Explorer,
Mercury
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1997-01

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1989-92

When "SERVICE" is illuminated on the Vehicle Maintenance Monitor on the overhead console, press the "SERVICE INTERVAL RESET" button located directly above the light.


Probe

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Thunderbird,
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1986-88

When "SERVICE" appears on the Diagnostic System Scanner, press the "ODO SEL" and "TRIP RESET" buttons simultaneously. The "SERVICE" message will go out and three short beeps will be heard when the system is reset.


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If "CHANGE OIL SOON" or "NOW" is indicated on the Monitor, turn the ignition on, but do not start the engine. Within 16 seconds, insert a paper clip into the cavity to the left of the display and depress. The display will flash; when it stops, the system is reset.















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If the serial number begins with an A and/or your power button on the far right (5th button from left):
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1. Unplug the VGA cable.
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Method #2
1. Unplug the VGA cable.
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Method #1
1. Unplug the VGA cable.
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Method #2
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5. If the procedure worked, the green light will go to amber and you should see a "No Signal" message on the screen for a few seconds.

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