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The color wheel sensor is bad.

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For sure this is caused by failed color wheel sensor. HP redesigned this assembly twice and the last design change worked very wheel. The new sensor assembly comes with new temperature sensor cable, focusing spacer. I am factory trained and I can repair the projector for you.

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