Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
VP800 LCD Projector has a dark blob on the display. This photo shows the problem: http://ttl.exposuremanager.com/scripts/expman.pl?rm=view_photo&photo_id=img_164138&dir=galleries/6/1&file=img_1641_large.jpg
Blow out any dust with canned air. chances are there is an object blocking the image. or there is a crack or burn spot on the 2nd fly-eye lens (diffuser). the first one is right next to the lamp (if you remove the lamp, you'll see it). the second is right on the other side of it.
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
Remove the cover and check whether the air filters blocked with dust.
Whenair filters are blocked, air doesn't flow freely through the projector. This result in overheating, leading to automatic shutdown.
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