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Your DLP chip is damage or getting to been damage.
** To make it sure you can do it your self by getting some basic tools such as proper screw drive, and open your projector for parts.
And you can physically observe the Chip.
Please check by side angle on the chip surface. **
white screen indicate the patch on the display possibly either display is physically or internally damaged....if its a software fault try reinstalling the video drivers...it may help else u can contact the manufacturer for service
There is most likely physical damage inside the monitor, it may be as simple as a connector needing to be reseated or reconnected. If you aren't competent to undo the monitor and inspect find someone who can undo it and inspect for physical damage. It will most likely be obvious once you inspect. If it is the connector to the screen you may have to scrap the monitor. Regards
first, make sure your Razr has no physical or water damage. If it's a T-Mobile phone, there will be a red sticker on the phone behind the battery. That indicates the phone as been exposed to water damage. Could mean the phone is shorting out on you. Now, I would suggest if the is NOT water damaged, to powercycle (turn off and on the phone) daily. Just off for about 30 seconds. Not long at all. If the white screen continues, do a master reset. Settings, -intial set up-master reset-code is 1234 or if you put in a different security code. This will work!