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Problem with image from LCD

The image projected on the wall once the Toshiba is hooked up is green, what causes this? We haven't had any problems with the LCD before. Coul dit be a bulb?

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Hello,

No, If the problem comes with connecting the signal, then it could be RGB.
if this is coming with all time then check LCD panels and Fly-eye lens.

Last thing is lamp unit.

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Posted on Sep 27, 2008

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