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Epson 8100 blurry in spots

Projected image is blurry in only selected spots, The center could be focused but the sides will be blurry or vice versa. Could a new bulb be the reason?

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you may have touched the bulb while changing it and minute traces of skin oil are on the actual bulb, with the machine cold, try and very carefully clean the bulb

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either there is something on the inside of the lens, or there is something on the lcd prism face. if it was the lcd panel, it would be in focus with the picture. take it in for a good cleaning.

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try bringing the screen up as close as possible to the projector and still get a focused picture. check keystone here and also for image clarity. if you still have problems, check for dust or moisture etc in the optics. check the lamp for a clean front surface. clean the air filter also. Try a different image source for differences

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SOURCE: epson projector center blurry

Sounds dumb on this one but make sure the lens is cleaned. Other then that check the manual for operating range of lens to screen. Typically somewhere in the area of 8 to 12 feet.

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