Question about Optoma TX1080 Projector
The picture plays great for about 5 minutes and then the screen turn green
Usually, that means that there is an issue with the cable connecting the computer to the projector. Check to make sure none of the pins are bent or broken. Aslo see if a differnt cable works correctly.
Posted on Nov 18, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Possible cause is overheating.
Do you hear the fan working?
What happens when you use the lowest level light output?
Does it run longer?
Also possible cause is a faulty temp sensor.
AC wire connection may not be firmly pressed in socket.
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
I simply shut the projector down (had to pull the power cable) and when starting up again it was working fine and has since then.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
SOURCE: blotchy colors on optoma hd80
i had, have the same problem i also replaced the bulb then shortly after the power went out no standby light or anything. From what i've read so far it seems like a power supply issue so i ordered two power supplys from optoma 1 for lamp 1 for the unit waiting on delivery from CA they were $ 99 each if this work i'll be one happy camper. Three years no problems it's a great machine with incredible picture using 106" screen
Posted on Jan 29, 2010
You have to buy a 17€ converter.... here on my website, is a diagramm on the B chapter that explain a lot.
Here is the link to buy one converter
Posted on May 13, 2010
SOURCE: Help! Our Optoma DLP
There is a lense behind the main focus lense that's causing this. Flakes of the colored tint are coming off causing white light to shine through. If you look at your projection, you can see black spots as well, these being the flakes that have re-located themselves. I dug into mine deep enough to diagnose this, to actually replace the little lense would be a little tricky. The unit has to be mostly disassembled. Also I haven't been able to locate a vendor who sells the part. Optoma wants you to send it in so they can do the repair, and won't part w/ these component level parts.
Posted on Nov 20, 2011
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