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Hardware Thread, Cleaning the Sanyo PLC-XE40 projector in Technical; Originally Posted by omardaiekh 1-first you need to take off the screws shown in picture 1.(7 screws). 2-pull over the ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by omardaiekh View Post
    1-first you need to take off the screws shown in picture 1.(7 screws).
    2-pull over the upper case half.
    3-as shown is the other 2 pictures try to insert something that is hard and narrow until you feel the tick
    (this tick means that you reset the heat trigger to its original case).
    so the projector can work normally now.

    regards
    I've got a sanyo with an 'overheat' problem... I'm going to have to go rummaging inside it and find that trigger too... the fan works beautifully, but insists on shutting itself down when it's been on for less than 1 minute.

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    make sure its the heat problem

    but if light is coming out of it for 1 second.
    then its not the heat thing.
    when the trigger is triggered , it wont start up at all.
    the power red light will get green for 10 to 15 seconds without any light coming out of the projector.
    then it gets back as if you shutdown it. and the power red light keep blinking.

    so i dont know what the problem with yours.
    sorry.
    regards

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    Sanyo PLC xe-40 projector cleaning manual

    I know this is basic but i put it together pretty quick. I have almost 3000 located in my district. We have just started cleaning. I think I will be a while. Good luck!!
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    Thanks for your help with the thermal reset just saved our school $120. Gary.

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    we have xu-74 which are a pain with dust, we use air duster to blow them out, but think the best we have ever had is 2897 hours from a bulb. had infocus filter free units in some of our primary schools, touch wood nearly issue free for dust.

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    Sanyo PLC-XE40

    Hi Gromit

    any news on the cleaning guide ???? I am getting desperate

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    hi we have 8 plc-xu41 at my school i want to clean them my self cant grt to mirrors inside any help please

    thanks steve

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    Talking Projector cleaning

    I would welcome your guide to cleaning and re-assembly of these projectors as some of ours badly need the same treatment.
    Thanks, Tony.

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    Is there anyway you can send me a copy your disassemble, cleaning and reassemble process. I have broken the projector down but I have put a lens in wrong because I can't get it to focus all the way. Not sure which one. Thanks, Lynn

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    Hi,
    See someone has taken the plunge.
    Could you let me have a copy of your cleaning guide, we have a number of these projectors, and only today one has started showing signs of magenta, which googling means the dreaded dust ( on green panel).
    PS where did you get your service manual from?

    jim

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    I haven't gotten a manual. I just started taking screws out and got down to the light path. My only problem was I put a lens in backwards. I finally figured out which lens and I have my projector working now. They are not hard to take apart. Lynn

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    Hi
    I would really like a sequel of advents and other information before I start on the Sanyo projectors

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    http://www.edugeek.net/attachments/f...-plc-xe-40.pdf

    copy this and put it in your address bar. It will give you the manual I put together. It is not perfect but I have had no issuses using it.

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    Just had a look at that, excellent, not got one of these but was just curious. Funny how so many projectors look just the same and follow the same procedure once you take the lid off.

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    Hi
    Thanks for you help

    Stephen



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