Question about Multimedia Projectors
Our Yamaha projector had green tints and we called out a technician and in two seconds he found that one of the RGB connections was loose. Ouch!
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
LCD projectors can have a green tint for a fiew reasons. Either the signal processor is out which can cause all sorts of funkyness, or the lcd panel itself is not seated properly. Also the memory driver for the lcd panel can be messed up in some way.
Bottom line, if you are getting a green tint even on the menu then it would be a problem you would need to have addressed by a trained technician.
For now, you can try to do a through cleaning and try to dust out the light path.
I do not know how deeply you want to dig into the thing but if you can get to it make sure the optics are clean.
Also look into the optical path while it is off and try to locate any weird films or dust. Sometimes hard to spot I know.
Posted on May 02, 2008
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