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Did u touch the lens or bulbs when u cleaned it? It could be a color wheel problem but i think u should try to reset light tunnel. Did it give you any warning? or did it just all of sudden go dim. I gave u a link to a trusted YOUTUBE tech.. i use his work all the time.
See if any blink codes come up if u disconnect a bulb..good luck
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Posted on Oct 21, 2013

Testimonial: "used a duster so no I didn't touch it. We just noticed it tonight."

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    dont see the link to youtube?

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