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Hitachi cp-s240 blue tint cloud problem

I have hitachi cp-s240 projector, it shows a blue tint cloud when displayed to a screen. I have tested the vga cable and is fine. Can you tell me the problem?

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This might sound like a worn spot in the (blue) lens from heat, or a bad color driver on the mother board. It could possibly be dirt or condensation behine the lens(s)

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