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Yellow circle I have a large yellow circle in the middle of the screen when the projector is turned on. At first there were two large splotches then they sort of merged into a large blob. I have checked bulb and cleaned glass etc. Nothing works.Please help.

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There is a light filter on the blue lcd panel that is fried due to excessive dust and heat. unfortunately, you'll have to replace the entire optical emgine.

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