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Projector Sharp XG-NV6XU

I've a Sharp XG-NV6XU. It was working fine initially but then one day while watching there were green color spots all over the screen. Then all the spots started to move to the middle of the screen and now it stays there as a big green spot. It is there with or without the sources. Please help.

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  • Danny Nguyen Jul 17, 2008

    Thanks for the answer although it's sad.

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Your green LCD panel is dead

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