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Viewsonic 5132 dust blobs


Most likely your DMD chip has dust or hair on it. You can try blowing it out with compressed air but the best thing is to tear down and clean the dmd chip itself. Very carefully. Here is a video of a similar unit. SO far all the DMD projectors I have worked on have had a very similar set up. Take pictures as you go.
MItsubishi XD206u DLP Projector Lens Assembly Cleaning

Mar 14, 2014 | ViewSonic PJD5132 SVGA 800x600 DLP...

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When I go to take a pictures it says Picture0001.jpd already exists help?


ITS MIN WHOT YOU HAWE SOMEWHERE FILE VITH SAYM NAME. JUST GO ''START NMENU'' AND THERE IS ''SEARCH FILES'' ...TIPE NAME OF THIS FILE THERE AND YOU WILL SEE THET

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I have the acer aspire 5536-5112 black screen


I solve this using Fn + F6, using a 5536 model. Just press Fn + F6, keep holding it and hit the power button, wait for about 5 or 7 seconds, release the Fn and F6 keys. thank you so much guys!

Oct 19, 2012 | Acer Aspire Computers & Internet

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PJD 5111 Viewsonic projector shuts down after 10minutes?


Hi! I think it is the time to remove the cover and check for air filters blocked with dust.

When this happens, air doesn't flow freely through the projector and result in overheating, which leads to automatic shutdown.



Sep 20, 2011 | ViewSonic PJD5111 Projector

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Small white dots all over the screen. Looks like dust


If the dots cant be blown off the lens, or appear rectangular in shape when looked at close up, then you have pixel failure. If so, then the DMD chip probably needs replacing.

Jul 29, 2011 | ViewSonic PJD6211 Projector

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Viewsonic projector pj501 - Has purple bloch with


2 issues- the light filter on one of the lcd panels is burnt due to excessive dust and heat. and one of the lcd panels is shot. time to replace the entire optical engine, unless you can get the prism assembly. otherwise, replace the projector. if you do, remember to keep it clean.

Nov 17, 2009 | ViewSonic PJ501 Multimedia Projector

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Fp 5112-08 will not pump walter


1.Check the suction line for leaks (line, and check valve)
2.Open and fill up the priming port with water.
3. Close the priming port as well as the flow control
valve.
4. Start the pump, and slowly open the priming port.
Just a little opening, until the flow stabilizes.

Send us your e-mail for further assistance.

Aug 30, 2009 | Plumbing

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Red lights flashing on ViewSonic PJ750


This is a sign of overheating, its a thermal issue, I solved the problem with some compressed air, but absolutely DO NOT blow in the ldc assembly or you will get dust in the lens system. You want to blow the cmpresed air on the electronics not ont he optics. I found that over time dust hair ect collected on the thermosistor and caused the over temp error. Cleaning it resolved the issue.

Feb 26, 2009 | ViewSonic PJ750 Multimedia Projector

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Image flickers


It sounds like the socket that the bulb goes into has an intermittant connection problem, or where the wires attach from the bulb socket to a plug or printed circuit board connection, or possibly a bad connection in the bulb driver circuit. Good Luck.

Mar 19, 2007 | ViewSonic PJ755D Multimedia Projector

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