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Intermitant loss of picture

The picture is lost for a maximum of 5 seconds at random intervals.

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The problem looks like a mainboard problem if you have checked all the cable connections going from your source to the projector.If you are yet to confirm the cables, then u should try to check the connections by putting a spare VGA / video cable

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