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Picture from infocus DLP x1 is too yellow. Has been restored to factory defaults, bulb and lens are clean. Except for the greenish/yellow image it functions well. I reset the hour counter before checking by accident so no idea how many hours but most likely quite high, it's used in a school.

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  • xilr8_99 Sep 09, 2009

    Turns out it was a bad cable, replaced the RGB cable and its working fine now.

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The colorwheel is coated with dust and baked on by the lamp. if it was an x2, i'd say replace the colorwheel. but the x1's colorwheel is not listed as an individual part, so you'd have to purchase the entire optical engine. with that in mind, i recomend cleaning it off (which normally is not considered good practice) with a lint-free microfiber cloth and no cleaners. but in order to get to it, you need to remove the cover, front and rear panels, and unscrew the colorwheel mount. you should have just enough room to gently spin it and lightly clean it. if you break off one of the segments, you're screwed.

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