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Flickering image The lamp is correct with stable shining light not used many hours. Still picture is flickering with grey colours. Reset to industry settings does not help. Is it just to smach the thing hard or any other suggestions? Thank you, Problem Solver Yeah

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Have you check your cable? Are you using the component(RGB) to vga cable? Your vga to vga cable may be defective.

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