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Too Much Green

InFocus LP240 The Grreen overshadows everything. It is the background colour and if you turn the colour down to try and get black and white NOOOO way. There are three [square plastic on tin' little plastic filter
colours andif you cover the green then you see purple screen. Need manual to find the correct names for the parts around the lenses

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  • Que2 Jan 10, 2008

    With no connections extra the basic Infocus screen is still light green not black and white as I would expect I bought this S/H and I noticed that there were three metal plates screwed in front of each colour lens one had a very light yellow colour plastic lens, one had a bluey black plastic lens and the other has a red dish colour lens all distortd with heat and speckly this seems like a problem

  • Que2 Jan 11, 2008

    Looking at your article there are the large magnifying lenses which seem to be the light source,[three off] then the LCD section. [three in one]HOWEVER on mine there are plastic coloured piecies in between these two items. These are damaged if I cannot find replacements any suggestions. are they filters or just colours like disco colours on white bulbs. Are they polarised or normal plastic. They look like 32mm slides mounted on aliminium and slide out of their holders.

  • Que2 Jan 11, 2008

    I cannot name parts I need so I cannot order them from anywhere. GO AHEAD give me your best shot with HINTS & Tips for replacements I may pickup on the web. It seems this may be an expensive repair issue so I will make it a learning curve and experiment. First how does it work etc. light goes from here to here them through this to that etc.
    This is great.

  • Que2 Jan 12, 2008

    Ok I will try again. I tried them before I started this post but they refered me to someone else who still has not replied to my mail.
    Thats why I thought I could get more help here, and I would learn something useful. I have nothing to lose so if I blow it up learning SO BE IT.

  • Que2 Jan 13, 2008

    NO UK so its harder to find bits and pieces.



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Please check out this link for manufacturer information:

Posted on Jan 10, 2008

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  • Brian Berndt
    Brian Berndt Jan 10, 2008

    Check out the manual here.

    Also check this out:

    The colors on the video image are incorrect.


    Do the following after attempting to adjust the color in the Picture menu. You can access the picture menu by pressing the Menu button and navigating to Main Menu > Picture.

    NOTE The directions below apply to most InFocus projectors. Your model may vary slightly.

    1. Reset the projector to the factory default settings. Press the Menu button. Then navigate to Main Menu > Settings > Service. Select Factory Reset. Note that if you have created special settings (for example, colors and sources), these will be reset to the original defaults.

    2. If you are using a composite cable, try using an S-video or Component Video to upgrade the signal. Nearly all InFocus models will accept an S-video cable. All ScreenPlay and a number of business models include component connectors. See the Video Connections chart for your model for more information. Video connections charts are available for most models on the product home pages.

    3. Change sources. Try connecting the projector to another video source.

    4. Try different cables. It could be a faulty cable. Check the cables for bent or broken pins. If any pins are damaged, the cable will need to be replaced with an InFocus-approved cable. You can contact InFocus Technical Support for part information.

    5. Upgrade the projector firmware. See Firmware Updates on the main support page.

    6. If the colors are still not correct, it is possible that there is an internal problem that requires repair. Take the projector to your dealer or contact InFocus Technical Support.

  • Brian Berndt
    Brian Berndt Jan 10, 2008

    Let me know if this Fixes Ya! If not, I will help some more!

  • Brian Berndt
    Brian Berndt Jan 11, 2008

    Please read this excellent article here. It deals with CLEANING the three prism lenses that you are looking at. If you feel this could help, you may want to look into doing this, be careful, as you can further damage the equipment in this procedure.

    As far as replacement goes, which sounds like what you need, you will need to contact InFocus for help there.

    I would guess that the projector is more than 2 years old, so not covered by warranty.

    Good Luck, tell us how it works out!

  • Brian Berndt
    Brian Berndt Jan 11, 2008

    I can diagnose and suggest replacement parts, and provide some tricks. However, the original equipment internal parts associated with this projector are not easily duplicated or replaced with non-OEM solutions.

    The problem you have is indicative of an overheating event. This can be caused by a clogged fan filter, allowing heat to build up inside and destroy certain parts.

    There could be other items that are damaged or stressed, that have not become apparent yet.

    Considering that a replacement bulb (which you may need sometime soon?) for this unit is around US$300, and the prism parts are similar, I would consider replacing this unit with a new unit. I know of similar units around $600-700.

    Please contact InFocus customer support to price the replacement internal parts to be sure. I truly hope that you can get this projector running!

    Incidentally, I read recently an article about creating your own projector. Very interesting (to some people)!

  • Brian Berndt
    Brian Berndt Jan 12, 2008

    I cannot name parts I need so I cannot order them from anywhere. GO AHEAD give me your best shot with HINTS & Tips for replacements I may pickup on the web.

    I am saying to you that if you want to spend the money to replace the defective items, you will HAVE to call the manufacturer, as they are dealer only parts (other than the replacement bulb). They will assist you in determining which parts you need. They will probably also suggest factory service, or disposal of the unit, as heat damage of this type is expensive to repair.

    Please refer to suggestion #6 in my second post above!



  • Brian Berndt
    Brian Berndt Jan 12, 2008

    Well I wish you luck! Are you in the US?

  • Brian Berndt
    Brian Berndt Jan 14, 2008

    Service & Support Telephone
    Note: To expedite a response from technical support, please register your product before continuing with one of these forms.

    Customer Support Telephone
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