Question about Dell 2200MP Multimedia Projector
My Dell is 4 years old and the color wheel was replaced a year ago along with some other component circuit a year ago. The projector is used daily. 4 months ago all images started showing a darker area on the left side (project upside down/ceiling mount) that is growing towards the right of the image. It started as barely noticeable on the left and now it is covering 1/3rd of the image. I was told at a local electronics retailer this was likely the bulb, so I replaced the bulb and it had no effect. The only thing I can guess is this is some lens that is darkening from the heat the more it's used. Any help would be appreciated.
It isnt the lens. There is a crystal asembly that the light is reflected thru after it hits the color wheel. It is 4 pieces of completely mirrored glass glued into a small metal holder. One of those pieces has shifted. To fix it, you can take it out and possibly have a jeweler repair it. It is difficult to take out, but it is doable. Feel free to contact me if you need to. email is (bill @ baerwalde . com) Just remove the spaces.
Posted on Nov 09, 2007
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