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The colors are some what off and arcs in the middle

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If its a dlp it could be the colro wheel or dmd board .If its the color wheel you'll hear buzzing or whirling high pitch sounds.To test if its the DMD board display the menu and if it's affected that's what it will be.If an Lcd most likely a problem with the light engine.

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