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Big Green Bar

I've got a Canon LV-S1 projector.

It works, but it developed a big green horizontal bar across the top of the picture. It's more noticeable when the background is dark.

I've adjusted all the settings, brightness, contrast, color and tint. Nothing helps.

Has anybody heard of this? Is it repairable, inexpensively??

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  • Tom017 May 08, 2008

    We tried a new cable. That didn't work. Still green.



    We even tried it without the cable. With the blue banner boot-up screen the green line is barely visible but still there. Whenever there's a screen with a dark or black background, the green is very noticable.



    We've gotten some repair quotes from local camera shops. They start around $300 to fix it. All are recommending we put in a new lamp that costs around $400!!! A light bulb costs $400???!!! So that's now $700. New projectors are around $750 to $800. There's a no brainer on replacement over fixing the old Canon.

  • Tom017 May 08, 2008

    We're looking into a replacement and keeping this as a spare as long as it holds out.



    Thanks for your help!!

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Do you have it upside down ? if so the adhesive holding the lcd screens and prism had broken free (this happend to me)

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Hi Tom017

Does this green bar show even when there is no signal inserted into the Projector ?

If it doesn't then you can try using a different cable - that should solve this for you.

If it doesn't then you might be in for a quite expensive Mainbaord repair or replacement.

Good luck and thanks for using Fixya !

Posted on May 06, 2008

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    Marnus Jacobs May 08, 2008

    Hi there



    As mentioned above you will be looking at a Mainboard replacement then.

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