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Brand new projector- has lines across the screen scrolling

Brand new projector - hooked up thru vga terminal from component terminals on receiver...scrolling purple/green lines running entire width of screen and scrolling from bottom to top...not too bad but would like to eliminate them--

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  • garbhead Jan 17, 2009

    thanks but thats way above my head

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Check the lighting coil

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