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Broken leveler The rear leveling screw has broken off, and the screw has been completely removed. Is it possible to get a replacement leveler and repair it myself?

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Re: Broken leveler

Part # 410497 is the elevator feet kit (all 3 feet). each foot is not sold seperately. it'll cost about $20 from an infocus authorized service center.

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Broken foot on Olympus vp-1 projector

So is the problem that the projector is now uneven and won't stand as you want?
I have a projector myself and often use other items underneath one of the sides to help me to line it up. I use poker chips believe it or not.
but as a more permanent solution I would try and remove the broken foot, place a tight fitting rawl plug in the hole left and screw a screw into the hole slowly until it fits to the size you want.
I know this is a very DIY solution but it's what I would do.

Dec 14, 2011 | Olympus VP-1 Multimedia Projector

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Dear sir this product once on green indication within seconds going to red indication.

There are five fans in the projector.
2 for LCD cooling
2 for lamp cooling
1 for power supply and lamp drive unit
if any one is not moving, faulty, broken, than the problem occur.

Experience: many times a broken piece of plastic or self removed screw to stop the fan moving or jam to dust.

Solution: service your projector and fans

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Very noisy projector, I can see that the noise comes from a broken color wheel. How to pray open my Infocus LP130 to reach to the color wheel an maybe fix it or replace it.

It's been awhile since I worked on one of these, but I believe there are 2 screws on the rear and 2 screws on the bottom that have to be removed. Then there is a slot on the front bezel which if I remember correctly is on the side of the front bezel furthest away from the lens. Stick a small flathead in the slot and slide the release in the slot down. You should see that end release and then pull the front off. Pull the rear off by popping it loose with the flathead. There is no slot for the rear. It just sort of snaps in there between the top and bottom covers. Then unplug the ribbon cable from the board under the top cover and remove the top. Have fun and good luck on the colorwheel. The segments precise and I don't recommend gluing them back in especially if you aren't sure of the sequence. Lastly, it could be hard to find one for this model because the service life for this model ended around 4 or 5 years ago and may no longer be supported. Google Infocus and go to the website and see if you can get one.

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After i replaced the lamp on my epson emp tw700, the red flashing warning indicate something wrong. What can i do to fix this problem?

My tw-700 warning light was flashing red (1sec) and this is what I did to fix it.

Take the top cover of the projector, you will see the PCB on top of everything.
Remove the PCB, be careful when disconnecting the ribbon cables.
Looking from the rear of the projector, you will see a metal bar held on by
2 black screws just in front of the lamp. remove this bar which is holding in a
small plastic door that has glass in the middle.
Remove this plastic door and lubricate the bottom of it with some high temp
grease. now put it all back together and with a bit of luck and if you plugged
everything back in properly, it should work.

This worked for my red light problem anyway, hope it helps you.

Oct 01, 2010 | Epson EMP-TW700 LCD Projector

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There is a broken piece that is in the lens that obstructs projection. Not sure if opening up will be possible for removal.

you can openit up. remove the scres from the bottom and unclip the front plate. you should be able to remove the top cover now. if that obstruction happens to be a rectangle piece of mirror, your light tunnel has collapsed and needs to be replaced. if it is a colored piece of glass, you colorwheel is broken. if you need to replace either piece, you can get one from av solutions in ny. they're an infocus service center and they're really good.

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Need leveling mounts or legs for lcd projector

Best solution I found is going to a hardware store with your broken legs and buying a nice pair of carriage bolts with the same screw pattern. They don't break and work much better then the original legs. I stuck rubber feet to the bottom of the ones I got and am seriously considering going around and replacing the stock legs with these as a preventative measure.

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Projector turns on but no light or image from lens.

The bulbs do not always look broken when dead. You say it is used often. The life of a bulb is around 1400 hours I believe. This normally equates to a year or two depending on your usage levels. Did you notice your image getting dimmer in the months before it stopped working? This would be a good sign it was in need of replacement. Are the lights flashing very rapidly or blinking slowly? If they are flashing very rapidly this indicated the bulb will not fire and needs replacing.

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Getting projector open to replace color wheel

You need to open the top lid of the DVD player and you'll notice 2 more screws. Those need to be taken out. Then the lid will lift off the base. You'll then need to undo a couple of the wires to completely remove the lid. After this, you will have to remove the silver lid inside to gain access to the color wheel. It's pretty simple. Assembly is reverse.

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To open this projector, you need to undo six screws at the underside of the case. That means you have to turn the projector upsidedown.
Pls note that one of these scews is a little hidden under the carrying handle.
After removing the screws, return the projector to it's normal 'up-side' up, standing position.
Remove the bulb cover srews and remove the bulb cover.
Lift up the top cover carefully starting from the front then all together.
The cooling fan is mounted very near the bulb assembly.
Carefully check the fan blades for any obtacles, wires or even a broken fan blade, that could be causing the noise.
Baba Anji.

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Black bar on bottom of image when i turn on projector

Projector Doctor in San Diego can do PS and board level repairs on this projector.

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