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LCD projector has a 'shadow' in the green color

Hi,
I have a PC connected to my EPSON LCD projector.
Everything displayed has a kind of a shadow: the mouse cursor for instance is seen twice.
Using a monitor tester program, displaying horizontal and vertcal lines, it looks like the Red and Blue are OK. But the Green has the shadow effect.
What could the problem be? Some mainboard defect or an LCD panel ?

Thanks.

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  • cdlen Oct 22, 2008

    I have the same problem but my shadow is purple. It is most noticable against high contrast images. Is it fixable?



    Could the LCD's have fallen out of allignment?



    thanks

    Dave

  • nathanyoast Dec 24, 2008

    Mine has on the left and right of the screen a green bar. If I flip the image I have red bars. Along with the green bars, on the left side there is a bar where I get a bit of a double image. On the right I have about three faint red bars and throughout the screen I can see alternating red and blue bars. I hope this is something I can fix. Someone please help.

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This is a Mainbord problem , the lcd would have shown blotches on your imagr rather than a shadow effect.

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