Question about Optoma DLP Projector Multimedia Projector
White and gray pixels flashing on screen
Posted by Anonymous on
Your DLP chip is damage or getting to been damage.
** To make it sure you can do it your self by getting some basic tools such as proper screw drive, and open your projector for parts.
And you can physically observe the Chip.
Please check by side angle on the chip surface. **
Posted on Feb 09, 2015
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So, the problem is in the cable - solution is replace cable.
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