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I am having difficulty getting my Gigaware Micro Projector to focus properly. Turning the focus knob has little effect and the picture is not very sharp. I have only tried the RCA jack video input thus far.

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Dude,,open it up and remove the focus casing!now you can focus to any size!!down side is lens will not be attached n can fall out,worth the risk for the price n to have a ten foot screen

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Check your zoom range to make sure you are within an acceptable range in order to focus the projector.

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