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Why my prejector send an image whith alot of static????? some people says the ground in my house is not good

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I need more info but try this. If you have audio, check your cables. Most of these items work fine without a ground so this might not be the problem. Check all your connections. How old is your unit? What software if any are you using. Are your drivers and software up to date. You can get help from the projector web site. In your search just type in Brand, model, help with sending images. Hope this helps.
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