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Problem with Vibrating

For several months, it seems like our projector is vibrating. Actually, the words on the last quarter of the screen are vibrating (shaking) back and forth. The hardware mount has been checked for tightness and the filter has been cleaned. This projector is in the rear of the church. It is not close to any speakers. Has anyone else had this problem?

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  • sandracox Jan 31, 2008

    Can the fan be cleaned by a nonprofessional?

  • sandracox Jan 31, 2008

    What is the local area? I'm in Asheboro, NC.

  • sandracox Feb 01, 2008

    Afraid not. I'm in Asheboro, North Carolina. Plans to be near here anytime soon?


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It could be an internal fan that is dirty or Just going bad. Hopefully this helps you...Let me know if i can be of anymore assistance. Also you can ship projector to me and i can look at it here. I am located in Louisville, Kentucky. Let me know. Thanks Jay

Posted on Jan 31, 2008

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    Jay Henderson Jan 31, 2008

    Yes, Just use a can of compressed air. But if the set is a LCD then it can be a little tricky. Are you in the local area? Keep me posted. Thankyou again . Jay

  • Jay Henderson
    Jay Henderson Jan 31, 2008

    I was just wondering if you were near Louisville, Kentucky. That is my local area.


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