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Picture off and shadow of back images.

I'm looking at the "Input signal" screen, offset from all of the black letters are a red "shadow" of the letter. Inside the black letters are green dots. There are one pixel wide vertical lines missing from the screen every 5 pixels.

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  • Grim159 Apr 24, 2008

    Thanks a ton, I'll get a board and give it a try.

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Hi Grim159

I've had this once on a Epson Projector and the only way I could this right was by replacing the Mainboard.

Hope this is of help.

Posted on Apr 23, 2008

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