Question about Optoma H30 Multimedia Projector
Hello! I have a Optoma EP716 Multimedia projector. I've had it for over 2 yrs now. It has been working perfectly the whole time, but now, half the light comes out of the lens. The pixels are all broken as well. It starts up and shuts down properly and even recognizes a laptop when connected. So everything seems normal except for the fact that I don't see any pictures, just half a projection with broken pixels, only in black and white. Please help!
Make sure that the resolution shown by the projector matches with that of the computer resolution. Many projectors does it automatically.
But if there exists a problem in resolution matching, there is a chance of getting partial picture. So better check that the resolution shown by the projector matches with that of the computer.
Also, the pixel may be degraded due to,
LCDs are really difficult to make so lots of them do actually get passed with dead pixels on them.
But i suggest you to get some advice from the service center too.....
Hope my info solves your problem.
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