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I have the PT-AR100U and I love the projector. I was to watch a movie last night and it will not turn on. No Power/Standby light. Nothing. I have checked power and I am getting power all the way up to where it plugs into the projector. Is there an internal fuse or something like that that I can check or anyone have any suggestions?
Sorry to hear this. Have you toggled your power switch on and off to make sure that's not the culprit?

Otherwise it looks like a call to Panasonic repair is in order.

There are fuses in the AR100U but I don't think any are user replaceable. Plus it could be another underlying problem.

From the repair manual:
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Sorry to hear this. Have you toggled your power switch on and off to make sure that's not the culprit?

Otherwise it looks like a call to Panasonic repair is in order.

There are fuses in the AR100U but I don't think any are user replaceable. Plus it could be another underlying problem.

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Yes I've toggled the switch, unplugged and plugged power back in. Nothing has worked at all. Almost like there is no power to it at all. I guess I need to find the number to Panasonic repair.
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Yes I've toggled the switch, unplugged and plugged power back in. Nothing has worked at all. Almost like there is no power to it at all. I guess I need to find the number to Panasonic repair.
Both consumer and business projectors are handled here:

http://www.business.panasonic.com/su...ogy-projectors

Look for Contact Support button.

Any followup information can be posted back to this thread. Good luck.

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Both consumer and business projectors are handled here:

http://www.business.panasonic.com/su...ogy-projectors

Look for Contact Support button.

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Let's get a bulb hour check on our PT-AR100U
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For me: 2nd bulb / 1500hrs
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