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Blurring Heyya there, when i switched on the projector, to the left hand side of the illuminated screen is a yellow blurring...where its supposed to be a clean definate edge??

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Check if it is not the same problem as http://www.fixya.com/support/t401456-infocus_x3_video_problem

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This can be a fault with the lens or the imager. It is hard to know without doing some tests, and trying a new lens and a new imager.

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Posted on Apr 28, 2008

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