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Hi i accidently jogged the mains input on the projector which then caused the internal fuse to blow i replaced it but it keeps blowing everytime i put the main plug back in now and i have retryed this over 5 times now and it still fuses please please help me!

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Ok " sounds like you have a short, thats why it's blowing fuses

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