My Pj projects a picture that is tappered on one side. In other words the left edge of my screen is 36" and the right side is 33". This creates a slanted border at the top of the projected image. None of the keystone options have an effect on this problem. Is there some other reason I would be experiencing this issure?
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Your projector has been set up for rear projection mode (projecting the image from behind a translucent screen. You need to access the setup menus and reorientate it for front projection. Using a mirror to view the image whilst navigating through the menus may help :o)
If opposite means that you want to rotate the image or picture for projector mount in the ceiling.
KEYS location: (keys are located back side of the projector there is 2 keys 1 for menu and second is a joystick witch have 4 arrow keys and center press is a enter key)
Press MENU button to display the menu screen.
then use joystick UP and DOWN to select the OPTION menu. Press joystick for ENTER to display the option screen. Then press joystick UP and DOWN to select INSTALLATION.
Then press joystick RIGHT and LEFT to select your required image rotation there is four type of rotations.
1. FRONT DESK
3.REAR DESK (A translucent screen is required for rear projection)
4.REAR CEILING (A translucent screen is required for rear projection)
If opposite means negative to positive so there is no any setting in your projector witch is chang your picture or imagepositive to negative.
Sounds like a "keystone" problem. Your projector needs to be oriented to the screen in an exact manner. Manufacturers provide "keystone" correct to adjust for mis-alignment. If proper orientation is impossible, use the keystone correction of the unit to adjust your edges.
That is caused by a collapsing light pipe. This is a mirrored glass square component that is located directly behind the color wheel. It is comprised of 4 mirrored section approximately 40mm x 8mm that are glued together with a hi-temp adhesive to form a square. The artifact you see is one of these mirrored glass section's has come unglued and has moved inwards blocking one edge of the image. The edge of this shadow is not shar because this failure is not at a focal point.WHEW..all that being said it's possible to re-glue it if you are electro-mechanically savvy and have steady hands. If you need to take it to a service they will most likely just just replace the complete DLP engine (the whole optic assembly) Hold on to your wallet!!
i have one of these projectors found on setting it up that the projector must be square on with the screen, the pjtx10 doesn't have ant "wedge type" setting like sony does. if this doesn't fix problem there is some thing not aligned in the lense