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At q8zok3J3ZlA&t=7m07s 7:07 I like how he checks that there's no voltage across the fuse :)
I have a similar projector as at q8zok3J3ZlA&t=12m50s 12:50 (#3). I remember having lines show up on my screen because mine was a refurb unit, and so I noticed that they only showed up when I ceiling mounted it. So naturally, I squeezed it! This was to countact the tension of ceiling mounting it and it fixed it! Now I know it was probably a loose connection on that board with the missing screw you had.
imagine ..just 1 cable that wasnt connected mama mia....
So much smoke damage, and i spot some dust damage too!
What does he mean "i fixed it" they just worked, he fixed nothing asside of screwing a screw in and plug a cable in...they are also not tested corectly, only image coming out isn`t enough.... colors, contrast, focusing, etc... has to be tested
Where did you get that shirt?
Your calling some of these fixed is false. A lot of them are not fixed, some of them are overheating Why>? I sure would not buy any of these off ebay and surprised that you are able to sell them, its just not right.
I used one of these for 2 years to play games before LCD TVs became cheap... It was awessome.
Wonder where he buys all these broken electronics. Prices on eBay suck
This is why I avoid buying from eBay.
Why does the projector have smoke residue?
Why wouldn’t you project the image for us, just a light means bugger all
Hey for smoke damage you need to try oven cleaner it gets rid of all the yellow
Damn I'm going to start buying projector
Use hydrogen peroxide and uv light to clean the cases. It will get the smoke damage off.
who rly wants Projectors 😂😂😂
My god, that is NOT how you check a PSU is safe to work on - you MUST check the main filter capacitor!!!!!
Replacing a bulb in a projector is NOT regarded as a repair. These are consumable components and replacement is supposed to be within the capability of the end user. I would be surprised if most are any more difficult to access and replace than in this example. Certainly the two BenQ projectors I am familiar with have a very similar access and securing method