Question about Elmo Projectors TRV-35H Slide Projector
Projector seems to work fine but most pictures show some area of brite yellow on areas of picture. almost like a highlighter. It doesn't seem to matter if I adjust the iris or color. Any ideas?
I'm not too familiar with this unit but in general I'd check that the lamp is the correct type, not simply worn though not burned out, and that it's seated (aligned) properly in its socket.
less likely: If you are comfortable taking a voltage reading in the socket, it should read approximately 10 - 20% higher than the rated voltage of the lamp. This is because there is no load on the circuit with the lamp out of the socket. With the lamp in, the voltage would drop a bit. If your reading is significantly lower than the lamp voltage rating, I'd suspect a wiring problem but cna't specualte further.
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
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