Question about Epson - PowerLite S1+ Multimedia Projector
Projection is pink. Changed out cables between projector and computer and also computer with no different results.
If you already have tried using an entirely different cable, and still provide you with a pink hue let try some of this steps
1. Turn on projector without connecting to any source (computer, dvd player) Make sure that you can clearly see the blue screen and access the menus otherwise this is considered an issue with the hardware and you need to contact Epson for options on getting a replacement if its within 2-yr warranty otherwise they'll referring you to nearby certified service center in your area
2. Since you already have tried a different cable, try it on a different computer as well just to properly isolate the issue Marrie is right that it usually issue like this is caused by a faulty VGA cable or VGA port
3. Try using a different source DVD player using either an RCA cable or an HDMI cable. You may also want to try using the S-video cable this is to determine if it is the port on the projector or port on the source is causing the issue
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
If you say changed out cable - did you use an entirely different cable - as this pink colour 99% of the time is caused by a faulty cable.
Posted on May 22, 2008
Try this first:
>Disconnect all sources/cable connected and power on.
>On its own it must project "EPSON BLUE"
Still pink ? Re-seat the lamp (careful it's hot)
Posted on Aug 22, 2008
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