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Learn how to fix your HP printer when it won't turn on or respond when ... the adapter light goes off and the printer wont start!!! what should i do?
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The projector has a 4:3 display panel (1024x768 pixels). When you send information to display in 4:3 mode, the picture spills over the top and bottom of your screen.
When you send stuff in 16:9 mode, the projector shows this on the screen as 16:9, but the panel area is still 4:3. This can't be altered. So the unused part of the 4:3 panel above and below the image still bleeds some light through. That's what you are seeing.
You can mask some of this effect by using light absorbing material such as black velvet above and below the screen. Alternatively you can replace the projector with one designed for home theater use which has a 16:9 panel to match the shape of your screen.
Mine just started doing that too. I'm pretty sure the fan blades are rubbing against the casing. If you have had it for under a year, call and get it fixed, but if its over a year you're on your own. I nudged the fan with a metal hanger, and it has stopped making noise. I think eventually I'll need to take it apart and get a new fan for it that has better bearings.
You can find most of the manuals through www.epson.com. I only found the user's guide by googling and that led me to theAustralian Epson site. The direct link to the user's guidehttp://tech.epson.com.au/downloads/RedirectLink.asp?ProductID=stylusphotorx650&Email=&DownloadID=5011 A Basic Operation Guide is at http://tech.epson.com.au/downloads/RedirectLink.asp?ProductID=stylusphotorx650&Email=&DownloadID=5012
The Basic Guide indicates that the solution is to turn off theall-in-one again and turn it back on. Make sure the transportation lockhas been released. If the error repeats contact dealer (Epson)
possible hardware failure.
Turn the printer off. Disconnect it from your computer and the wall. Check if there are any obstructions blocking the way of the printhead or down the paper feed area. Turn it back on.
To view the servicers that are near to your area, log on to epson.com. Click on drivers and support. Then click on help me find a service center to the right of the page.