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Wording color faded

I try to lift up my LT35 by use the lever, the wording color suddenly fade. But if me lift down the lever, the wording color become to normal. Please kindly advise me. Thanks.

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Re: Wording color faded

Have you tried turning off the "Auto Keystone" feature? Worked for me.

Posted on Jan 26, 2011

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