I recently replace my projector bulb and on first power up I had a blue shadow above the picture. I have replace 3 bulbs in the past and had long life with no problems like this. Is this the bulb or some adjustment on the projector.
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There may be some problem with your picture tube else try this that looks like retrace lines. Anyway, you should try to adjust screen pot not focus pot. Make sure you are turning blue screen pot (there are 3 focus pots and 3 screen pots) and do it slowly. If you turn it too much, it will affect your grayscale
No. I would suspect it being a Optical Block issue. I is not a pretty repair not to mention the cost factor. If you could get in touch with Hitachi Customer Service they could lead you to s service facility that could comfirm what I think.
Hi, please try to replace the cable, try another input source and reseat or replace the bulb . If issue still present upon doing those steps you may need to call epson tech. support at 562-276-1300 so that they can verify whether your projector is under warranty or not and give some great option regarding your projector.
lcp panels will look different when going bad !
this is the polarization filter, most of the time the one BEFORE the lcd panel (blue in this case).
these should be cheap but are not easy to get...so you might pay quite a lot.
you can also buy polarization filter sheets and cut them to size.
keep in mind to check for the right orientation !
you have to replace prism it has 3 small lcd screens Green Red Blue one of them is beginning to burn they are very expensive strip projector down with no power connected and take damaged screen of then block that area so no light can pass through it with fire resistent material you will get some more life out of it
I've posted this solution several times but here goes. Try setting up the convergence through the menu by accessing the convergence setup menu. If this fails to work you have a bad digital convergence box and need a tech to replace it. About $60 to $100 fix.