My name is robert and i have a movie mate 30 projector. i just recently replaced my bulb about 2 months ago and my projector is now showing blue spots on screen and the color has too much blue in some places. I was wondering in it is the color imaging inside the projector or possibly th bulb. The replacement bulb was a epson bulb. Can u help
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If uniformity of the images is important, I would reccommend replacing the second bulb on the other projector with the same bulb, from the same vendor as you did the first. It may be too difficult to match them up otherwise (assuming the first bulb you bought isn't defective).
Hello there,If your movie projector light bulb has stopped working, there are some simple steps to take to get your movies playing again. The hardest part may be finding the correct replacement bulb. There are so many different models with their own specific bulb. Here are some steps to follow to replace your burned out light bulb.
Locate the bulb in the movie projector. You may need to use a screwdriver to open the bulb compartment. Check your owner's manual for proper procedures.
Step 2.Remove the movie projector light bulb or lamp. The bulb must be cool before you take it out. Use a tissue or cloth to remove the bulb because the glass bulb is very fragile. Do not throw away your bulb yet, you may need it to help find a replacement.
Step 3.Find replacement bulb. The Better Lamps website offers a wide variety of light bulb models. From their homepage select the brand of movie projector you have and using the model number from your old bulb, buy a replacement.
Step 4Replace the movie projector lamp or light bulb. Do not touch the bulb with your skin. This can transfer oils from you onto the bulb resulting in a hot spot which can make the bulb burst. Use a tissue or cloth to handle the new bulb to screw it back into place and then replace the cover.
The problem here is the one of the miniature LCD screens in the unit is faulty, in this case its the blue one. There are three of them inside the unit RED<GRN<BLUE. The blue seems to be failing in your unit, for instance if you mix red and green you get yellow. Have a local shop service the unit and clean and refocus the unit back to factory spec's..
Wow, 3 in a row. As described on 2 other projector issues this is very similar to those others. I'll repeat the info here.
I assume this is an LCD. I don't remember the s4 being a DLP projector.
sounds like the LCD panel used for the blue color has gone out. The
image is made up of red, green and blue images layered upon the screen.
If the blue panel has gone out then there is nothing filtering out the
red light in the image.
It looks like yours has just a secone of the panel dying or comming loose from it's connector.
could be a simple open and reconnect fix. I personally have never
opened a projector, so I'm not going to walk you through it as I do not
know how hard it would be to tinker with. It should eb a cheap fix for
a true repair man though.
I have a similar issue with yellow pattern on the left and top right of my screen. Took it apart and found the blue lcd had damage that matched the yellow area that was projected. I thought it was the lens but it was the blue lcd .It has gone bad and no replacement. Are you interested in selling the bulb or the whole projector? I have since purchased another projector and am keeping the bad one for spare parts. Hope this helps..Ben email@example.com..
you have to replace prism it has 3 small lcd screens Green Red Blue one of them is beginning to burn they are very expensive strip projector down with no power connected and take damaged screen of then block that area so no light can pass through it with fire resistent material you will get some more life out of it