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Inside your projector are several temp sensors (thermistors). They are actually NTC thermistors (NTC= negative temperature coefficient, meaning as temp goes up resistance goes down). Once a thermistor has activated to save your machine form heat damage, it may activate again at a lower temperature. There is a thermistor to monitor lamp temperature, and a thermistor to monitor optical block temperature. the only way I could think off how to fix it, is by disassembling it and trying to see which thermistor is giving you trouble. Found the part of the service manual that would be of interest to you. Has the schematics and the layout. Hope this will get your projector to shine again. It is right [http://www.keepandshare.com/doc/2818519/sanyo-plc-xp56-xp56l-pdf-may-19-2011-11-23-pm-9-9-meg?da=y|here] and feel free to download iton the bottom of this page https://www.ifixit.com/Device/Projector under support documents. Hope this helps, good Luck.
Inside your projector are several temp sensors (thermistors). They are actually NTC thermistors (NTC= negative temperature coefficient, meaning as temp goes up resistance goes down). Once a thermistor has activated to save your machine form heat damage, it may activate again at a lower temperature. There is a thermistor to monitor lamp temperature, and a thermistor to monitor optical block temperature. the only way I could think off how to fix it, is by disassembling it and trying to see which thermistor is giving you trouble. Found the part of the service manual that would be of interest to you. Has the schematics and the layout. Hope this will get your projector to shine again. It is right [http://www.keepandshare.com/doc/2818519/sanyo-plc-xp56-xp56l-pdf-may-19-2011-11-23-pm-9-9-meg?da=y|here] and feel free to download iton the bottom of this page https://www.ifixit.com/Device/Projector under support documents. Hope this helps, good Luck.

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Inside your projector are several temp sensors (thermistors). They are actually NTC thermistors (NTC= negative temperature coefficient, meaning as temp goes up resistance goes down). Once a thermistor has activated to save your machine form heat damage, it may activate again at a lower temperature. There is a thermistor to monitor lamp temperature, and a thermistor to monitor optical block temperature. the only way I could think off how to fix it, is by disassembling it and trying to see which thermistor is giving you trouble. still tryingFound the part of the service manual that would be of interest to find a service manualyou. Has the schematics and the layout. Hope this will get your projector to shine again. It is right [http://www.keepandshare.com/doc/2818519/sanyo-plc-xp56-xp56l-pdf-may-19-2011-11-23-pm-9-9-meg?da=y|here] and feel free to download it. Hope this helps, good Luck.
Inside your projector are several temp sensors (thermistors). They are actually NTC thermistors (NTC= negative temperature coefficient, meaning as temp goes up resistance goes down). Once a thermistor has activated to save your machine form heat damage, it may activate again at a lower temperature. There is a thermistor to monitor lamp temperature, and a thermistor to monitor optical block temperature. the only way I could think off how to fix it, is by disassembling it and trying to see which thermistor is giving you trouble. still tryingFound the part of the service manual that would be of interest to find a service manualyou. Has the schematics and the layout. Hope this will get your projector to shine again. It is right [http://www.keepandshare.com/doc/2818519/sanyo-plc-xp56-xp56l-pdf-may-19-2011-11-23-pm-9-9-meg?da=y|here] and feel free to download it. Hope this helps, good Luck.

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Inside your projector are several temp sensors (thermistors). They are actually NTC thermistors (NTC= negative temperature coefficient, meaning as temp goes up resistance goes down). Once a thermistor has activated to save your machine form heat damage, it may activate again at a lower temperature. There is a thermistor to monitor lamp temperature, and a thermistor to monitor optical block temperature. the only way I could think off how to fix it, is by disassembling it and trying to see which thermistor is giving you trouble. still trying to find a service manual. Hope this helps, good Luck.

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