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HDLP61W151YX2 Aperture I corrected the dark corner issue this was having by taking the aperture mirrors off the color wheel assembly and rebuilding them to rectangular. Now the screen is approximately 1.5 inches up from the bottom of the screen, where to I need to adjust to correct this? I would be glad to detail the steps that I took to perform this action, as this appears to be a common problem... Thanks in advance.

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  • kimble01 Jan 31, 2008

    The sentence that reads:

    "Now the screen is approximately 1.5 inches up from the bottom of the screen, where to I need to adjust to correct this?"



    Should read:

    "Now the picture is approximately 1.5 inches up from the bottom of the screen, what do I need to adjust to correct this?"



    Sorry for the grammer, should have proofread that better. Anybody gonna help me with this?

  • kimble01 Feb 05, 2008

    Which smaller mirror are your referring to? The actual gun into the screen or the mirror assembly next to the color wheel or something completely different?



    Thanks for the reply.

    Gary

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There should be some adjustments on the smaller mirror to offset any misalignments on the screen itself. It may use a allen wrench possibly. sometimes a phillips screwdriver also. Let me know if this helped you . Thank you Jay.

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    Jay Henderson Feb 05, 2008

    I will have to either get with you on live chat or at least on the phone or premium chat or something along those lines. It is too hard to explain using this method. But i think we can solve your problem. Guru Jay

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