Question about InFocus ScreenPlay 4805 Multimedia Projector
I've had my InFocus Screenplay 4805 for 3 years and it has done 1600 hours. Last night I was watching a film and there was a load snap. The projector kept running ok but the red part of the spectrum seems to have been washed out. Any thoughts - thanks. Geoff
Yes Geoff, What has happened is one of the two red glass filters on the color wheel has separated and flew off which was the snap you heard. So white light is in half of all parts of the spectrum that require any red.
There should also be a vibration now that can be felt on the projector and possibly heard as well.
I suggest not running it again until this is repaired as more damage could result. If you have the skills and the part that flew off isn't destroyed it can be carefully glued back in place and problem solved. I have seen quite a few of these glass filter segments survive this.
Posted on Nov 29, 2009
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