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Bleached out Image with Laptop Sources

I've a panasonic PT-F200NTEa that has a what looks like a bleached out image, but only when a Laptop is connected. You can see the image for the most part but if you use Excel you can really see the higher contrast. The grid lines are barely visible. I also have a PC in the room hooked up to the same projector and the image is fine. I've tried swapping the inputs but the same problem with both so can't be the inputs. I've also changed cables with the one used for the PC. Still same result. All settings on the projector are fine and are set to similar rooms.

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sounds like bad cables, or wrong setting on projector you may have it set to compoent instead of composite,, you don't tell how you are hooking it up. (what type of cables you are using)

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SOURCE: have panasonic pt l701u projector using RCA input

Pleeaes connect Rca cable in Yellow port for video and white port for audio.

Also check input settings in projector Menu. it should be "video".

For your ref, diagram is below

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