Question about HP vp6320 Multimedia Projector
This is caused by the color wheel sensor failure. The sensor is mounted very near the lamp and suffered extreme temperature. This problem can be corrected by installing the redesigned color wheel sensor. You also need to refocus the sensor due to different focal length. HP also recommended to replace the temp sensor cable. If you still have the projector, I can fix the problem for you.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
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