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Projected image is not the same as computer monitor

This projector is permanent mount and in frequent use for the past 2 years, with no issue. Current problem: Projected image is 3/4s of the computer monitor image. 1/4th of the image on the smartboard is missing on the left side of the screen. Not an over projection, no image appears on the outside of the screen. Any help greatly appreciated.

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As long as nobody has physically changed the lens poition, you can go into the menu on the projector and do a factory reset. this should default the settings back to where the installer put them.

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