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Green color The movie is tinted green.

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Reset all color settings from the unit's menu.
disconnect any source and turn off the unit
turn on the unit and wait for the manufacturers logo to show up (and it must be BLUE).

not blue ? reseat the lamp. replace lamp if it doesn't work.

Posted on Nov 21, 2008

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