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Change color setting

We cannot alter the red green blue numbers in color setting. currently we are using the projector for a home theater and the projector does not come close to true color. is there a way to unlock the color settings? the cursor only allows you to exit that screen... we cannot change the rgb numbers which are all set at 50. we tried calling dell tech support but the rep (in india) was not able to help. thanks.

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Hi chatnola

The only way to access these settings is through the Service Menu , now if the tech support doesn't want to help you , rather send go to dell.com and send them a e-mail with your request on how to enter the service menu.

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