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Projector produces very low light.

This machine has a slightly blurred picture that has very low light being emitted from it. I have another machine (same model) that is in great shape. I attempted to brighten the image using the projector. I removed the bulb assembly and sprayed the inside with canned air. There is a small prisimed glass that is loose infront of the bulb assembly. Any help would be worth it to get this machine working.

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My recommendation is that since you have 2 of these machines and the other is working fine,

Pull out the lamp from the good one and place it in the faulty one.

Turn it on and check the projection quality if it is still blurry. If it is working good, then replace the lamp. If it is still blurry, a good cleaning to the lens on the projector may be a good idea.

You can also check the auto focus function of the projector and the cable that provides the video signal to the projector

You can get the manual from below link if you need to find out how to check the auto focus setting

http://www.necvisualsystems.com/Documents/UserManuals/MT860_1060_1060R_MAN2.pdf

Posted on Jun 03, 2009

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