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Help it's been a while since i used the InFocus last...now I have lost the instruction manual and i have forgotten which cables to use where...

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Hi there

You can easily check by looking at the PC Cable ( RGB or VGA ) and Video ( Composite) and the connection ports at the back. There should also be a description of each on the back of the Projector.

You can download the full user's manual for this Projector from www.projectorcentral.com , go to brands and choose InFocus and simply scroll down to your model.

Posted on Mar 26, 2008

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I am trying to set up an InFocus LP400 projector with my computer. I followed the instructions using the CableWizard Lite cable for my laptop pc and get no projected image. I used the suggested port...


Hello,

start the connecting all over again, by following the steps below:

1. Turn your computer off.

2. Connect the cable from the computer to the projector. If you want to have your monitor to be hooked up as well, connect a splitter to the video out port (DVI or VGA). You can also just hook the projector up to the second port on your video card (If you have one) or if you have a laptop, you can connect to the video out port on the back.

3. Turn the computer on and boot into your desktop.

4. Turn on the projector. Most projectors have an auto detect function, that will detect a video signal and auto configure the projector to display that signal. If you have a laptop, you have to hit a function key to activate the second display. Usually this is FN Key + F5 or one of the F Keys across the top of the laptop keyboard. It looks like two squares, one empty and one with something in it.

5. Adjust the focus, brightness, contrast, and color on the projector.

6. Aim the projector at something white. Try not to aim it at something highly reflective.

7. Step back ... Load up your favorite game or video ... and enjoy.

Your project should work, after following the above instruction.

Good luck.


Apr 07, 2010 | InFocus LP 400 Multimedia Projector

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Infocus 4805 color mostly red when using componant cable


This problem can be caused by several things.
Most commonly a poor connection involving one of the rca component connectors or a failure involving the component output of the source.

However what also works like magic is to press the auto image button that's on the projector itself and it will re-sync / re-define correctly the component source and presto it looks good again.

A power brown out can cause this to occur and a simple "auto image" reset will fix it!

Good Luck!

Jan 09, 2009 | InFocus ScreenPlay 4805 Multimedia...

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Infocus X2 searches won't display desktop


Hello,
In the projector's menu under "sources" make sure that the box to the right of "Computer" is checked. Also check the box at the bottom of that page that says "auto source select" or something. But it is the last thing on that menu and should be checked.

Cheers

Oct 20, 2008 | InFocus LP120 / 1000 Lumens / XGA / DLP...

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Blank screen


First check if the cables are working properly. Check for loose connections and any kinks in the cables. If they are fine, try a hard reset - Unplug from power source, remove cables. Wait about 10 minutes. Now redo everything and plug in. If it still does not work, then you will have to get the device serviced..

Oct 04, 2008 | InFocus ScreenPlay 4805 Multimedia...

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Lost video cable Part # 210-0014-05


Please click HERE to get the cable. Hope this info will help you.

Aug 13, 2008 | InFocus LP 580 Multimedia Projector

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---------->> My Infocus Screen Play 4805 -Popped*


Hello David,
The best way to find the best price is to do some hunting/research. Google "infocus 4805 lamp"
and wade through to find the best price.
You will find instructions on the lamp replacement procedure in the manual. If you dont have the user manual browse to www.projectorcentral.com and search infocus 4805 and on their spcifications page there is a "user manual" Acrobat PDF icon.
click on the icon to open the manual in pdf format

Take Care!

Jun 17, 2008 | InFocus ScreenPlay 4805 Multimedia...

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Source is found then lost, repeats


Hi JCF1

Have you tried using a different VGA cable yet ?

This sure sounds like a Mainboard issue , and if I were you I'd insist on Infocus replacing this part as they refurbished it !

May 27, 2008 | InFocus LP120 / 1000 Lumens / XGA / DLP...

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Infocus lp530


I called InFocus and was walked through several steps to determine if it was a bad cable or an internal problem. My InFocus unit would power up and stay powered up with no problem until I connected it to the computer using the analog computer cable (blue connectors). They had me try it with a different computer and then with the S-Video cable. Each time the InFocus unit powered down within seconds of connecting to the computer. The problem is internal. The unit had to be sent to InFocus for repair ($180). If the unit works with the S-Video cable then your problem is a bad cable.

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