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Colour Hi I am having a problem with the red colour from the projector onto an interactive whiteboard. I have adjusted the colour setting but it still looks almost black instead of red. Regards Chris I have the Epson powerlite 7700p The whole left side of the produced image is a bluish color. to the right side of the image it looks fine. I know it's not the $500 lamp thank ***. What could it be, how much could it cost?

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Ok this problem occurs mostly due to the loose connection in the VGA cable between the pc and the projector..
try changing the cable to give any other input and see it and then confirm it... that the color sensor of the projector is weak...

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