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Hi there

First try to bypass the box and put signal directly into the Projector from the source - i.e. DVD Player

If the signal still doesn't pick up , try using a different cable.

If the problem is solved , then your Converter Box is faulty.

If the problem still occurs then you might have a faulty Mainboard - as all the inputs on this Projector is situated directly on the Mainboard.

Hope this will help you !

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