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Rear projection - only blue lamp works, after set was moved

Set was working fine, sold it to a buddy, helped move it. We remove the top piece, down 1 flight of stairs. When we installed in at his house, only the blue lamp stays on. I say 'stays' because the red and green flicker at the beginning, but then shut off, leaving only the blue one.

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Since you moved it i would look for a loose connection or loose board and loose plugs

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7.) Grab a nail file and work the connector pins a little to roughen the contact points a bit. This is similar to cleaning the contact posts on your car battery.
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