I am assuming that one of the bulbs has gone bad but I was just checking to see if there is any other possibilities. I read another persons with a similar problem but his said he still had red, blue and yellow on the menu screen I only have green all the time and you can not make out the picture. any help would be greatly appreciated
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Problem w/ OEM bulb, it causes a lot of issues from my experience. Your ballast might have gone bad, hopefully it's just that. Check the voltage output of the ballast, make sure you're getting the proper amount.
If this projector is connected by Component Video (3 or 5 wires) instead of HDMI, the most common color related problems are caused by having one of the 3 video cables (Red, Blue or Green) with a bad connector. If everyone is a green smurf the problem is with the red cable. If everyone is a red smurf the problem is the blue cable. If the green was bad you wouldn't see anything.
Another possibility is if the green is plugged into the yellow jack instead of green jack on the projector, you could see what you are describing.
If everything checks out, take the projector to a repair facility.
If you are connected by an HDMI cable, (combined with the fact you mentioned vertical lines not horizontal) then take the projector to a repair facility.
All of this assumes that you don't just have a bad Cable Box or Blu-ray player or Home Theater Receiver. (The source)
Inspect the power cordUnplug
the power cord and check for voltage at the outlet. Also inspect for
damage, shorts, or burn marks that can be a possible safety hazard.
Bad door switchIf your
microwave does not work at all and you know everything is plugged in
properly and the outlet is functioning, then also check the door hooks
and the door release button. Using a volt-ohm meter on RX1, check your
terminals. When your microwave door is closed you should have a reading
of zero. Once the door is open the reading should change to infinity. If
these readings do not match up, replacement of the door switch is
Blown fusesTo determine
if your fuse has blown out, which may attribute to your microwave not
running, you need to pull the fuse out using a pair of fuse pullers. Lay
it down and using a volt-ohm meter on RX1, check both ends of the fuse
in question. If you do not get a reading of zero, then you will need to
replace the fuse.
Bad fan motorLocate the
fan and remove the leads. Again using the volt-ohm meter on RX1, check
the terminals. If an infinity reading is displayed, it means that the
fan has gone bad and requires replacement.
Light bulbIf your
microwave light bulb is not working, perhaps it has blown. The first
step is to replace the bulb and power on the microwave. If this does not
correct the issue, the next step is to check the socket and wiring to
verify if that is the problem.
Light bulb socket & main control boardIf
your microwave light bulb is not working after the installation of a
new bulb, check the light socket as well as the wiring to ensure they
are properly operating. If these sources are functioning properly, the
next step is to check for a faulty control board as a possible root
cause to your microwave light bulb malfunction.
I assume you checked the bulbs and they were good? It's possible that the sockets have gone bad and need replacing. The tail lights are fused through the instrument panel lights. that fuse should be in the middle of your fuse box, marked "instr". If the fuse is good check to see if the dash lights come on when you turn the headlight switch on. If they don't then change the headlight switch. hope this helps.
When you say the 'top left side' do you mean behind the takeup arm or are you talking about the handwheel end ? I assume you replaced the bulb because it had gone out ... if so, it's possible that the power supply unit ('L'-print) has gone faulty - this is on the back of the machine, but its possible that smoke has found its way to the openings around the takeup arm and foot lifter. Best thing is to have it checked-out by a Bernina service agent.
This is the exact same issue as I described for an Epson user. So I'll repeat it here.
I assume this is an LCD. I don't remember the s4 being a DLP projector.
sounds like the LCD panel used for the green color has gone out. The
image is made up of red, green and blue images layered upon the screen.
If the green panel has gone out then there is nothing filtering out the
green light in the image. This causes a nice green hue to the whole screen.
could be a simple open and reconnect fix. I personally have never
opened a projector, so I'm not going to walk you through it as I do not
know how hard it would be to tinker with. It should eb a cheap fix for
a true repair man though.
At first i was thinking the ballast had gone bad but after reading a few other post i think it would be best to call pannasonic.. others forums read: ballast had gone bad. Panasonic no longer makes these ballasts so mine needed to be rebuilt at the tune of $400.00.
the ballast in place still nothing so now they claim that they need to
order a "kit" from Panasonic which basically is all the components of