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Diagnosis and cost to fix your projector

Was the technician able to get rid of the vertical lines and what was the cost? thanks.

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This may seem like a simple solution, and I don't know if this will work for you, but the way I solved the problem was simply to press the bottom side of the projector, until the white lines disappear . Until now, the problem has yet to resurface.

Here's some simple steps:
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4. If white vertical line appears, firmly press underside body of projector
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Hope this solution works for you.

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