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Optoma 65in rear projection HDTV

The problem I'm having is on the far right portion of the screen. It's a darkened bar about 3in in width and goes from top to bottom. Is this an expensive fix? Also, I'm only home for a short period before returning to Iraq for the remainder of my deployment so time is crucial. Can someone please help me? Thanks in advance!

Steven
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  • souljaboy78 Feb 18, 2008

    I don't kow. I've been deployed to Iraq. My wife doesn't know what happened. She just noticed it one day. If the mirror is off, how do I fix it?

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Was your set moved recently or struck by something. Sounds like the mirror is off center...accordianman

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  • Michael Borelli Feb 18, 2008

    Either the rack assembly is out of alignment or the mirror is off. Hard to tell which it is from this vantage point. But, a reputable TV shop shop should be able to come out and tell you if it is indeed a mechanical (as I think) or electronic problem. Steel yourself just in case it's the latter. If the set has not suffered a move of some sorts, it's unlikely that something "suddenly shifted" on its own....accordianman

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