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Re: Shadowing on a Boxlight 6000E
Look at the diffuser lenses just after the lamp. there should be 2. the second one tends to have burn spots after a while in dusty and hot conditions. if the lens is ok, look at the lcds with the light on. do you see shadows on the panels? if so, you have a main board issue. if not, you have a misaligned mirror.
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The problem most like resides in the ETB or electronic transfer belt....The image is not being removed from the belt to the paper causing shadowing effect...you need to replace the ETB. Try www.getthatpart.com they have great units at great prices and have someone on the phone you can talk to. If you feel its not the ETB and you don't see any toner left on the belt call these guys up and they can help you futher
If you are having "shadowing", this indicates a convergence problem in the LCD optical engine. Convergence is the correct alignment of all panels so there is no shadowing, or at worst limited to a one pixel shift. Some models can be adjusted, others cannot depending on the optical engine.
This is called convergence. If the TV has auto convergence or 'Flash Focus', run it. All projection TVs have customer controls for minor adjustment. Give it a go with the menu or the remote convergence controls. If not, this is a common adjustment made by a technician on a house call. If the error is really big, say the colours are curved or you can see clear separate letters and things, you will need the convergence repaired. Get a quote - Usually about $300- $600 in home service.
the light tunnel (like a square tube of mirrors) is collapsing. it needs to be replaced, but it's a bit involved, so and infocus service center would be your best bet. if you wish to try it yourself, let me know.
Has a shadowing problem where everything on the screen was shadowing to the right. Did basic troubleshooting techniques and found that it was due to a loose connection to the computer. You may want to check this if resetting to factory settings doesn't help.
The set is rather old. I would suggest checking the PTC. Located close to the mains on/off switch.(cream in colour) This will fail with age. Also change suspicious looking caps. As for the shadowing, I am not sure what it looks like, but it may be related to the same problem. Good Luck, Regards, JUS004