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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VGA is separated analog signals in Red, Blue, and Green. Under normal cases, you'd be able to change the cable, source, or input port and resolve the issue. Unfortunately, if the green tint persists with all input ports on the projector (The two blue ones are Input, the black one is output. There is a potential that attaching input to the black output port could have caused the damage), different sources, and different cables, then it's likely a problem with the projector hardware itself and would require warranty service or otherwise repair or replacement of the projector. If you have an alternate way the projector can be attached, then try that (Such as SVideo), otherwise there may not be any good solution in this case short of checking the guts of the system.
If you are talking about the actual image that is coming from a laptop being yellow instead of white, then this is caused usually by a bad signal cable running between the computer and the projector.
To be more specific: All colours in a projector get made up in some way between red, green and blue. White is all of these colours at maximum, yellow is made by red and green at maximum but no blue. If your image is Yellow when it should be white, then the blue signal information is not reaching the projector. This can also happen within the projector or computer itself but is less likely. If your using a VGA cable (15 pin cable) then blue is run through pins 3 & 7 (positive and negative respectively), see if your cable is either missing these pins on either end or if they are bent, although it's more than likely within the cable itself. You can test this theory easily by trying to put something blue on screen, if the blue signal isn't getting through then it'll appear black.
If changing the cable doesn't solve the problem try testing the computer by trying to use a different one, and test the projector by plugging in a monitor or another projector.
If you are getting a yellow screen without sending signal and just trying to get the "no signal" or "no input" screen white, then this won't be the case.
If you are using a component video cable (Red, Green, Blue) you may simply be missing the Red cable. It may not be fully plugged in.
You can verify that this is the case by:
1. Unplugging all video cables
2. Plug in the green cable, you should see a black and white image.
3. Plug in the blue cable, you should see some colours coming through.
4. Plug in the red cable, you should see all colours properly.
If not, unplug the blue and red cables and plug the blue cable into the red port. The colours will look incorrect, skin tones will be blue.
If the colour comes through the problem is the cable.
If the colour does not come through, the problem may be the projector.
the lcd panel may be out of alignment. there really isn't a way adjust it easily. it'll need to go in for repair to an infocus service center. try av solutions in ny. they're really good.
i think it's www.avsolutionsny.com
From your description, it sounds like an alignment problem. There are 3 LCD panels in the projector. Each one displays an exact duplicate image of the others except it's either red, green, or blue. Under normal conditions, the images precisely overlay one another so you get a sharp image. Due to age, heat, or vibration/shock(impact) it would appear that the red LCD panel has shifted a little, giving the "ghosting" effect. You'll have to have the unit repaired by a qualified tech. He'll have the special electronic equipment needed to align the panels properly. Before sending the unit in, try a reset in the menu. Sometimes, the projectors can shift the image electronically, using math algorithms which will try to auto-sharpen the display. Hope I was able to help!---Rick
the light tunnel (like a square tube of mirrors) is collapsing. it needs to be replaced, but it's a bit involved, so and infocus service center would be your best bet. if you wish to try it yourself, let me know.