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NEC Multisync MT1000 Projector - Green Hue

I have a NEC Multisync MT1000 Projector that works fine except it has a green hue cast over image.  The bulb has around 1500 hours of use - is this a bulb problem or something else?
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The main problem I've seen with NEC optical blocks is that the UV filter for the blue panel will turn brown and opaque after time, blocking most of the 'blue' from reaching the screen. It's similar to putting sunglasses on. I've had success by simply removing the filter from the optical block, and replacing it with the red or green filter from another failed optical block. It will work fine without the filter, but I'd never suggest doing that. :)

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Its not the bulb problem . the lcd block need sto be replaced , better to buy new projector

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