Question about HP vp6320 Multimedia Projector
That is exactly what the problem is. The thing about projectors is that they use a series of special mirrors to magnify a tiny image sent by the lamp's input. If even on those mirrors or lens is not in it's perfect position the image won't appear. It must have been damaged during transport ... try adjusting the position of that mirror but also be careful not to damage any of the other parts.
Posted on Apr 24, 2010
Well, here's a few clarification questions and things for you to try.
You mention that there is no splash screen - this does suggest that the problem is between the video processors and the lamp doesn't it? (Because I am quite certain you have slid the lens cover over to one side, yes, so we can rule that out?) Surely if the projector was just set to the wrong source or you were using bad interconnects then the splash screen would come up.
So, I wonder if you get any on-screen display of your menus?
I also wonder if the temp or lamp warning light come on at all?
This would tell us if your projector was able to self-diagnose whatever may be failing.
It sounds like a video passthrough of the VGA signal also seems to be working.
I am going to suggest that you remove the lamp, following these directions. Look for any physical obstructions inside the projector or on the lamp assembly. Now place the lamp assembly on the table and explain to it how much trouble it is going to be in if it doesn't shape up. Point your finger and be very very stern with the lamp assembly. Keep you cool, but be sure the message is conveyed. Now reinstall the lamp assembly and see if that has made any difference.
If no, I am thinking service center for the poor thing.
I hope that helps.
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Posted on Apr 23, 2010
Here are the buttons and what they do:
Power button Turns the projector on or off.
2 Keystone adjustment Adjusts picture to eliminate slanted sides.
3 Page-up and Page-down buttons Scroll up and down through pages on a
4 Source button Displays picture from the next input port.
5 Picture mode button Selects the next picture and color combination—
can be customized.
6 Temperature warning light Warns if the projector is too hot.
7 Lamp warning light Warns if the lamp is bad.
8 Menu buttons Change settings using the on-screen menu.
9 Auto sync button Resynchronizes the projector to the input signal
from a computer.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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