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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Re: Problem with Vibrating
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
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actually , the problem with cable for Display or VGA ship-set problem , you have plug you laptop with external Screen then check , if still " Vibrating " check the driver for VGA , is it correct , if there is no problem with vga driver it means ,VGA ship-set problem
Many Sony HX5C users says that them have met the problem as yours. but the worker of sony says it's all right because the resolution of the screen is low, if you enlarge the image may it won't vibrating. And it won't influence the image quality when it's on PC.Anything help?
It is a blown woofer in the headphones that is causing the vibrating. Because when a woofer is blown is will develop a small tear, this tear will get bigger over time and cause that "vibrating" sound that you hear. Lucky for you joenfrancis your headphones are still under warranty so they will replace the headphones for free. Hope this helped!
I have this problem with my 37LG30. They all seem to have the same factory flaw. The plastic bezel and rear is vibrating against itself I have found. Tonight, just now, I just took all the front bezel screws out,(from the back) loosened the other 4 big screws in the rear center(I don't recommend removing them)and loosened the stand screws also and tried separating the bezel from the back as I went around the set. This did not really help much except around the bottom where the noise/vibrating comes from-the speaker area. The two plastic pieces are vibrating against one another. The vibrating was coming from the speaker area without doubt. The next thing was to try separating at the bottom where the speakers are with my fingers and a stiff metal nail file carefully..fingers seemed to work best for me. As I separated the front bezel from the rear housing (at the speaker location)most if not all the buzzing/vibrating /distortion went away. I then inserted small pieces of cotton (you can use felt, or similar I suppose) and buttoned it all back up;put the screws in Almost all the distortion and speaker buzz/vibratingis gone except on very low frequencies. good luck!
Here is the deal. Right-click on desktop. Choose settings. Right-click on screen #2. Click on apply for new settings. The one additional problem you may encounter is the fact that the projector will display an area to the right of your laptop screen. In other words, move your mouse past the right edge on laptop screen. Look at projector image. See your mouse?
A noisy humidifier may be the result of an unlubricated fan motor or a drive mechanism clogged by debris. Periodically clean the water reservoir, fan, and nozzle to ensure that they are clean and working properly. To keep your humidifier working smoothly and efficiently, lubricate the fan motor bearings with SAE #20 oil. Be sure to consult your owner?s manual for proper care and maintenance procedures.
If it seems loose, vibrating parts are causing the noise:
1) Disconnect the power.
2) Remove the cover and look for any vibrating parts. Tighten screws, if necessary.
3) Wiggle the fan to see if it is loose on its shaft. If it is, tighten the mounting fasteners. Lubricate the motor's bearings if suggested in your owner's manual.
4) If it still makes noise, call an appliance repairperson or take the unit into an appliance repair shop.