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Shadow on image

There is a shadow in the lower left side if image, looking into the lens I see a little obstruction inside. Can u help"?

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Usually, this is just caused by dust inside the optical block. It can usually be remedied my removing the lamp, and just blowing out the unit with an air compressor. Canned air won't do the job.

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SOURCE: Shadowing on lower right of screen on InFocus LP70+

the light tunnel (like a square tube of mirrors) is collapsing. it needs to be replaced, but it's a bit involved, so and infocus service center would be your best bet. if you wish to try it yourself, let me know.

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SOURCE: Red shadow to left of main image InFocus LP750

You have to open the LP750 and check the alignment of your color lenses. You might be needed to adjust, also check your lamp too.

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