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Image flickers I just replaced what I thought was a bad bulb because the image flickered. New bulb, same problem. I dusted the unit because I understand dust will sometimes cause issues. Also, the unit makes a slight popping sound on occasion. Any recommendations? I am having a difficult time getting an answer from Viewsonic.

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Re: Image flickers

It sounds like the socket that the bulb goes into has an intermittant connection problem, or where the wires attach from the bulb socket to a plug or printed circuit board connection, or possibly a bad connection in the bulb driver circuit. Good Luck.

Posted on Mar 19, 2007

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