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i have a " espon EMP-7250 " which my dad found in a skip at my dad's work (British Telecom.)

plugged it in thinking it would be crap, and the picture is so damn clear! better than my monitor! i got it to display 120inches across in my front room biggrin.gif

there is only one problem... the fan is so damn loud! 45Dbs+. i am wanting to replace it with a quieter fan, probably a cooler master R4. but when i looked in the instruction manual it says over and over again you should never attempt to open one these.


has anyone attempted this before? and is it safe just to open it up? is there a reason why they are saying do not open it? the fan is right at the back also away from everything else. and i can see though the mesh that the fan is a normal 120x120x25mm fan.


Cheers for the help

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Can't say I've personally attempted it but after working with 3M, NEC and Panasonic projectors at work due to our company using a boatload of Teamboards the only reason the companies tell you not to open those things yourself is usually voiding the warranty and the possibility of electrocuting yourself if the caps are still holding a charge, but that goes for most electrical equipment.

If you can open that thing up and get to the fan with minimal interaction of parts you're unfamiliar with, I'd go for it.
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Originally Posted by tier;11811562 
Can't say I've personally attempted it but after working with 3M, NEC and Panasonic projectors at work due to our company using a boatload of Teamboards the only reason the companies tell you not to open those things yourself is usually voiding the warranty and the possibility of electrocuting yourself if the caps are still holding a charge, but that goes for most electrical equipment.

If you can open that thing up and get to the fan with minimal interaction of parts you're unfamiliar with, I'd go for it.

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Do not do that.

There's a reason why it's loud, and also why the fan in there is probably a ball bearing fan.

An R4 will not provide it with enough airflow, and due to the heat, the R4 will fail very quickly given that sleeve bearing fans do not last long in hot environments.
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hmmm okay, i might just sell it then, the bulb alone is worth over £300! and i got given this for free biggrin.gif
    
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hmmm okay, i might just sell it then, the bulb alone is worth over £300! and i got given this for free biggrin.gif

for free? sounds cool.
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