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Vertical white lines and color is way off on BenQ PB6200

Whenever I turn on the projector, a series of Vertical White lines cover the screen. Also the color is way off on the actual video as well.

Whats could be the problem and how much will it cost to fix?

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it's not the lamp. if you've replaced the cords and still have the problem, reset the settings to factory default to make sure the resolution matches. if still not ok, there may be an issue with the main board.

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Your correct about missing your primary color. this could be either your cable or the connection at the projector could have a bent pin on the port. not sure what your trying to display computer?

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One of two issues. One, the unit keep overheating. Common even with my projector. These things should be serviced and cleaned as dust clogs intakes, fans and exhaust ports. Proper venting is essential. If you have the ability, take the unit apart and use compressed air to blow off all circuits, vents and generally all around. Do NOT use high pressure...just the blow off cans will work fine. Second, the lamp could be on it's way out. Check the hours on the lamp counter. Generally, a lamp life that states it is good for 2,000 hours will last about 1,500 as turning the unit on an off eats lamp life.

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if there are no leds lit, replace the power supply. if there are, and the fans are on but no light, it's the colorwheel.

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