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A red convergence problem (double image) on my Powerlite 7300

In "menu mode" without an input or source into my projector I see a double image (the second image seems to be in red) on the screen. The blue and green colors seem to sync up fine. Can this problem be fixed with the projector SM-ELP5300 software or can it be internally adjusted?? Thanks in advance, cross-eyed Jim

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Hi Sootycat

Ok , most of the time this would be the Fan.Powerboard that is faulty then and unfortunatelly it would be better to replace the part rather than having it repaired.

Repaired Powerboards normally give the same problem a couple of months down the line.

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Not sure if this is the solution, but I believe the color polarizer filters have been burned. I have a yellow haze circle on mine and I'm pretty sure that's the problem. In my case the blue filter is burned, leaving the red and green stronger yeilding a yellow blur.

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Two possible solutions:

1) The video mode is set to Component/RGB instead of VGA.

2) The cable you have may have a break inside of it.

Let me know if you find anything.

-Jeff

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I assume this is an LCD. I don't remember the s4 being a DLP projector.

This sounds like the LCD panel used for the red color has gone out. The image is made up of red, green and blue images layered upon the screen. If the red panel has gone out then there is nothing filtering out the red light in the image. This causes a nice red hue to the whole screen.

It could be a simple open and reconnect fix. I personally have never opened a projector, so I'm not going to walk you through it as I do not know how hard it would be to tinker with. It should eb a cheap fix for a true repair man though.

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