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Need help from malaysia

The projector fell on the floor. Lens cannot be adjusted but there's still picture on the screen. Picture very blur and the lens is not adjustable. The problem i am facing is I am in Malaysia and this LCD was given by a friend from USA. How???

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Hi, From your description/post, I will assume that it is a mechanical problem rather than electronic (since it is still working though blurry). If you would like to try and fix it yourself, you have to disassemble the focus mechanism of the lens. This should be rotatable to enable you to adjust the focus on different distances to the screen. This would require that you use some tools and extreme care specially in the alignment and position of the various parts. It operates in principle like the adjustable focus of the manual film type cameras, speaking of which you might find that a camera repair man in your area might be able to do the job for you. Good luck and kind regards.

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