When I go to project the LCD projector, the display is either pink or yellow. I have a laptop, so I am not real sure what to set anything on. Could you please tell me so I can get the true output color? Thanks!
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It is not the smartboard, lamp or the computer as well know, it's the projector itself. This may not work but you at least need to try press the auto adjust button on the projector and then adjust the clock/phase in the menu. If not you will need to send in to NEC it could by the color wheel. Usually they have a warranty for a couple of years.
Many Hitachi projectors use 3LCD technology which supposedly makes colors more realistic. 3LCD means that the projected light must pass through 3 seperate LCD screens. Each screen has one color but when mixed, they form a nice picture. I would guess that one or more of the LCD screens have gone bad. That is a hardware problem that I would recommend talking to the manufacturer about.
I've found my solution. My troubleshooting info said to go to "signal" and make sure that "auto" was turned on. However, I couldn't find "auto" when I first tried. There are two places where signal comes up. The second one is under "set-up" and that is where you turn "auto" on. It works perfectly now. I hope this helps. For the icons, make sure you have "mirror image" turned on in your displays preferences if you're on a Mac. Good luck.
If its only in the lower left corner sounds as somethings blocking the lamp from the lcd These sets dont use a degussing coil so we know its not a magnetic problem Check and see if something crawed inside the set and is blocking a bit of the lcd?? ar could be dirt or dust too??