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Blue screen in uper part of screen

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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Hi there

Highly unlikly that it would be the lamp causing this error.

Sounds like a faulty LCD to me.

Posted on Mar 26, 2008

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