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Topic:   Replacement Cooling Fan for Dell 2400MP DLP Projector

Hello, I found the replacement at SUNON for the PSD1208. http://www.aliexpress.com/fm-store/505260/210131733-504569235/Original-SUNON-8CM-cooling-Fan-12V-PSD1208PMB1-A-Air-flow-Fan-cpu-cooler-heatsink-axial-Cooling.html But the question is how to check the total chain. This Fan is part of an electronic control sequence and I wonder if the fan is the malefactor. Is the service manual available? [QUOTE=benknight|May 13, 2010 2:47:23 AM] Hello, I'm having trouble finding a suitable replacement cooling fan for my Dell 2400MP DLP Projector. A few months ago I began experiencing problems with the lamp overheating and determined that the cause was a malfunctioning cooling fan, which I was able to determine was manufactured by Sunon. The part number I believe is PSD1208PTB1-A, but I have been unable to find this part anywhere, including Discount-Merchant.com and PartStore.com I attempted replacing the fan with another fan of the same dimensions, which are 80mm X 80mm X 25mm, but found out that it did not have a high enough airflow and once installed in my projector the lamp continued to overheat. At this point all I know is that I need a fan with those dimensions that is powerful enough to cool the projector's bulb but I'm not sure where to find one, and exactly how "powerful" is powerful enough. Would I be wrong to assume that any fan with the same dimensions and a high enough airflow will be a suitable replacement? Any help is appreciated. Thank you! Here are photos of the old, busted fan: http://www.flickr.com/photos/benjamin_knight/4601592179/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/benjamin_knight/4601590419/ [/QUOTE]
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Topic:   Replacement Cooling Fan for Dell 2400MP DLP Projector

Hello, I'm having trouble finding a suitable replacement cooling fan for my Dell 2400MP DLP Projector. A few months ago I began experiencing problems with the lamp overheating and determined that the cause was a malfunctioning cooling fan, which I was able to determine was manufactured by Sunon. The part number I believe is PSD1208PTB1-A, but I have been unable to find this part anywhere, including Discount-Merchant.com and PartStore.com I attempted replacing the fan with another fan of the same dimensions, which are 80mm X 80mm X 25mm, but found out that it did not have a high enough airflow and once installed in my projector the lamp continued to overheat. At this point all I know is that I need a fan with those dimensions that is powerful enough to cool the projector's bulb but I'm not sure where to find one, and exactly how "powerful" is powerful enough. Would I be wrong to assume that any fan with the same dimensions and a high enough airflow will be a suitable replacement? Any help is appreciated. Thank you! Here are photos of the old, busted fan: http://www.flickr.com/photos/benjamin_knight/4601592179/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/benjamin_knight/4601590419/
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Topic:   12' ceiling mounted projector and trapezoid image

I understand what you are talking about, but these are DELL projectors mounted a foot from the ceiling on a 12' high ceiling. The Promethean Board is mounted 3' off the ground, so the top of the board is at 7'. With that difference you have to tilt and or angle the projector to get an image on the screen. Within doing that the image is a trapezoid affect... What projectors are available that you can mount high and aim low with a square image....
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Topic:   12' ceiling mounted projector and trapezoid image

I currently came into a position at a school district. We have been installing dell projectors with Extron ceiling mount kits, but the problem is that when you have this mounted 12' in the air and 12' form the board and the board is mounted 4' off the ground you get a trapezoid affect on the board. Its wide at the bottom of the screen and narrow at the top.... What is this from and what can i do too fix this probolem, do i need to lower the projector down so its shooting a straight image to the board or is there some sort of adjusting that can be done... Would greatly appreciate any support thanks
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Topic:   Outside Theater

I am a first time poster and have some questions about a project that wifey has agreed to let me take on. I am going to set up an outside HT on my pool deck that will easily break down for storage. I have taken some measurements and figured my screen will be about 15-20 feet from the projector. I will ceiling mount the projector on my back porch and project to a temp screen behind the pool. I plan to create my screen using some info I read here about using photographers backdrop paper. I own a computer company and am a Dell VAR (value added reseller), so I get great prices from them. I want to use a 2400MP and I understand it is not rated too highly for ht. My thoughts are that I do not need HD resolutions for my HT and need something that can easily throw a decent video image from 20 feet. Am I thinking right here? I have my kick butt 60" LCD HD in the house! Just thought this woud be great for the occasional outside movie or Monday night football....or Gator Championship game.
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