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Projector says lamp failure and picture has turned Yellow

Projector says lamp failure and tempreture light flashing,picture has yellow cast to whole of picture.
Circular pattening on left of projected image.

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Replace the unit,it sounds like its old,has been used a lot,and needs a complete replacement.

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