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When you power up the projector without inputs connected you get a blue screen with 8 white dots (pixels?) appearing in a horizonal line. they stay on the sreen and fill it up when you add an input the screen goes to all "static" you can not see anything any ideas?

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  • mccourthouse Sep 17, 2010

    is there any way to just replace the image processer?

  • mccourthouse Sep 17, 2010

    just want to know if i can only replace the image card?

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If it is the image processor that is at fault then this will be a surface mounted IC (Intergrated Circuit) on the main circuit board. These are only able to be fitted using professional surface mount machines and you would not be able to do this yourself unless of course you had the machine. Generally I would say that you would not be able to obtain the IC anyway and if you did I would imagine the repair would be hugely expensive and uneconomical to repair. As a last resort take it to an electrical dealer near to you and see if they would look at it for free or for a small charge. They could then confirm what is wrong with it and you would be able to find out for sure if it was worth repairing. Normally projectors tend to be hugely expensive when they require repairing, including maintenance like bulbs and colour filters. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.

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A lens on a projector is vitally important for the quality of your image.If the lens is got cracked or dirty then the image will be blurry or with statics etc etc. Clean the lens and check.You can use camera lens cleaner liquid to clean the lens and wipe it with dry cotton cloth.Also check internal light lamp.If all checked ok then its problem with internal board. Try to set the projector again to its factory settings.Then check. To get the procedure for how to set.Please click this link directly.And check page number 36,37 for settings. http://www.projectorcentral.com/pdf/projector_manual_2195.pdf ----------- Keep updated.Thanks.

Posted on Sep 17, 2010

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    raj somaiya Sep 17, 2010

    Yes the card can be replaced.But it has to be ordered from sanyo service center.The local online shops are not dealing with cards.
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    The parts available for your brand projectors.click this link:--
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    Thanks for keeping updated with your query.

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Those whit screens are parasites (pixels incorrectly commanded) Since they appear white that means the parasites appear in all 3 LCD screen at once, meaning that they are generated by the image processor. The processor is faulty and since it's soldered on the mainboard it must be replaced.
The only place from which you can obtain a mainboard for your model is an authorised repair shop - or a shop attached to a dealer.
Get a quote before sending it to one of them, it 's very possible that the bill will be higher than what the projector is worth.

Posted on Sep 16, 2010

  • Azrael SRL Sep 17, 2010

    There is no separate image board on this projector- only a mainboard with all the electronics and a power source board.

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