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Color Red does not Display

The color red displays as "black" and there does not appear to be a way to adjust either the color or tint. Both color and tint are grayed out in the "display" menu. Other colors do not appear crisp while they are adequate. The lamp shows 185 hours on it but the projector was serviced about 18 months ago and I am not clear if the "lamp hours used" was reset at that time. My estimate is that there may be ~1200 hrs on the lamp if it is the original lamp. I had to purchase a lamp at $400 - $500 unless there is a high probability that the lamp is the issue. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance, Tom Moser

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