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Have green spot on left third of picture.

Replaced lamp two months ago and in the last couple of days noticed a green spot light in the left third of picture. Can this be ajusted or did I get a bad lamp?

any help will be appreciated.

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Is it an LCD rear projection? Then it is the light engine. Confirm it with a tech visit and then buy another set. The light engine costs as much as a new set.

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