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I have a infocus lp820 projector that has a green blob in center of screen when using.

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Mark_Webber
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SOURCE: Infocus LP820 - Turns on for 30sec then shuts down

This could be one of two problems I have seen with another model Infocus projector (they are very good projectors though)

The first is the video input. Make sure it is attached correctly at both ends of the cable.
The second, remove the dust covers and blow them out. The problem can arrise if the temperature sensor detects the air inside the unit is getting too hot. If you can see the sensor when the dust covers are off (it will look like a little lump of goo on the end of a wire) then just give it a wipe as well. If dust settles on those it can cause incorrect temps to be reported.

Hope that solves your poblem =)

Posted on Apr 11, 2008

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SOURCE: infocus lite pro 720

Sounds like the LCD inside is dying and you're losing pixels. Bummer.

Posted on Sep 26, 2008

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SOURCE: hey there, lp820 user

No I was never able to come to a resolution for this projector.  My next step was to buy a new bulb but I haven't gotten around to that since I already have another projector that works.  If you do buy a new bulb, let me know if that fixes the problem.  The only other thing I've heard it mind be was a memory problem or the temperature sensor...  good luck

Posted on Nov 17, 2008

humanman42
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SOURCE: Hello, I have a NEC NP1000

If there is a reset to factory default, try that. Seems like some setting for screen zoom, or height/width adjustment got tinkered with.

Posted on Dec 02, 2008

xCAUSALITYx
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SOURCE: PS3 to Infocus LP 350 projector using HDMI

Hi,

M1-DA is a type of DVI connection that produces both analogue and digital signals, the easiest and most quality source cable for you to get is a HDMI to M1-DA cable which is now widely available for purchase.

Infocus should have included this cable in with your projector, but instead the power at bee decided to put a M1-DA to DVI-D cable instead when most visual devices now support HDMI and not DVI nowadays.

Thanks

Posted on Sep 05, 2009

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