Projector Power Issues Repair– No Boot

Projectors may sometimes fail to boot. A projector may boot but fail to ignite the lamp. Also it may boot, work briefly, power down, and then reboot in a loop. Status led may indicate lamp error or fan failure. This inevitably will result in the failure of important components in the projector.

Service availability;

  • Damage to intake and or exhaust fans
  • Spent lamp replacements
  • Damaged lamp driver [ Ballast] Repair
  • Damaged colour wheel repair
  • Projector main board repair
  • Power supply, fans and colour wheel repairs

FREE EVALUATION

Free assessments and quotes for your projector repair needs. After the assessment of your projector, we will quote for the repair. The repair of your projector will only commence upon confirmation from you else we will return your machine at no cost. Compare our quotes with other repair companies and you will find that we are lead in the market. Our warranty period is also longer than the competitors.

FREE COLLECTION AND DELIVERY

We receive scores of projectors for repair on weekly basis. From collection to repair, delivery to warranty, all our operation are smooth. We use Kanbanflow system and we will keep in constant contact with you with updates about your repairs from when we collect your projector till it is returned and beyond

VOLUME DISCOUNT

Have you more that one projector to repair? Or you wish to trade in your broken projector for a new one from us? Yes. we offer generous repair discount for clients with regular needs and for those looking to buy a new or one of our refurbished projectors. Call us or visit our online shop for all your projector requirements.

2 thoughts on “Projector Power Issues Repair– No Boot

Michael Bartram

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The projector belongs to the St. Helens U3A. It works perfectly, except that using hdmi lead (the only option with most laptops these days!) it loses contact with the laptop. It quickly regains it and carries on from the point at which it lost contact. The impression is that there is just a loose contact.

30 July 2020 at 12:10 pm

    SUPPORT

    Reply

    Good morning Mike.

    This could be as a result of failing HDMI controller. Please submit your enquiry using the form here and we will reply you with a quote for the repair

    Thanks
    Michael

    30 July 2020 at 12:13 pm

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