Question about Canon LV-7215 Multimedia Projector
Well, this could be attributed to settings, although if you've messed around with the settings for a while to no avail it could be another problem. Unfortunately, without much in the way of details, I can only make one suggestion.
It could perhaps be that your bulb has burn in. This happens with projectors over time, especially if a single image is left on too long (ie computer desktop or ppt borders)
I've also noticed that the lense can become burned as well, over time. Don't ask me how that's possible as I don't know enough about projectors to accurately guess.
Try cleaning the lense for starters, then consider replacing the bulb if that doesn't work. You should take it to the place you bought it and they can tell you more concretely what the problem might be.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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