i absolutely love my hs60 projector, but upon moving and setting it up in my new apartment, i've noticed that one side of the picture is definitely a bit longer than the other. that is, the right side projects as both lower and higher than the other side. i'm projecting from the left side of the room, at about 12 ft away - is this purely a function of the angle of projection, or is there some way i can compensate for this?? i've tried the hshift/vshift and keystone correction but to no avail. any help would be appreciated. cheers!
My VPL-HS60 has exactly the same problem and it has been mounted in the same position since it was installed.
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The projector's lamp cover might not be securly on or you might need a new one, or the projector has blown a fuse that can be replaced other wise it could be your projector but be sure to contact your sony dealer first.
To reset the lamp timer: 1) With the projector plugged in and turned off, press the 'ON/STANDBY' button to put the projector in 'STANDBY' mode. NOTE: You have to press the button on the projector itself, you cannot use the remote for this step (this is not clear in manual). 2) Now, using the remote, press the following keys in order: RESET, <--, -->, ENTER. 3) Timer should now read '0'.
I've had a problem with the HDMI connector, had it replaced twice while my VPL-HS60 was under warranty. This connector seems very fragile, the first time I was not getting any signal from HDMI, so the repair shop ordered a new connector and replaced it, a couple of days after the it was not working again and found that they had to solder it back on the board. If you're not getting a signal from HDMI anymore that could be your problem.