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Make sure the connection from the pc to the projector is secure, also make sure the display settings on the computer are set to extend the desktop onto the projector, and that the projector is set to pc mode.
If the yellow area edges are sharp then the blue LCD is faulty and need to be replaced.
If the yellow area edges are not sharp and you get the multi color background in you image the your need service. due to dust on LCD panals the light is not pass on properly so you open the projector and clean the LCD block.
(cleaning of LCD block and other parts of the projector is a very technical job please very very carefully)
the light polarizer on the blue lcd panel is fried due to excessive dust and heat. it'll need to be replaced, but it will need to be done at a sharp service center, because only they can get individual parts of the optical engine. otherwise, you'll have to replace the whole thing. try av solutions in ny. they're really good. www.avsolutionsny.com
the light filter on one of the lcd panels is fried due to excessive dust and heat. it'll need to be replaced, but only a sharp service center can buy the individual part and replace it. otherwise you'll have to replace the entire optical engine. try av solutions in ny. they're really good. www.avsolutionsny.com
there is a burned-in spot on the polerizer light filter for the blue lcd. it makes sure the light is blue coming through, that's why it is black on a blue screen, and yellow when the red and green are the only light showing through. it needs to be replaced. pat # PFiLW0213CEZZ.
the blue light filter is fried and needs replacement. without blue light, you have only the red and green light, making yellow. you can purchase it seperately from sharp, but it's quite involved to replace. it might be better to take it to a sharp service center.
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It might be a digital or optical problem. This symptom was often part of the CRT type projector setup but i have not seen in the digital single lens type.
Is the lamp sitting 100% proper. Have you displayed the content machine and source on another display device? Was the machine dropped or knocked? It is an unusual symptom to have just be replacing the lamp..so something else has occurred.
If a digital problem in could either be a circuit malfunction or software (IC rom issue)
Re your Sharp PG-M10X We are able to supply replacement lamp delivered next time you need one, as we ship internationally and also the same with our revolutionary ICE Digital Daytime projection screens.
Regards Kevin Andreassend
ICE AV Technology Ltd
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