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Colour picture just went off

Hello, while watching a film, half way through it turned to monochrome, has never come back colour. The projector has only 274 Hrs from new, if you plug the computer in it shows colour, bought a s-video lead but says there is no input detected. please help!
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Hi biga63

I trust that you used the normal Video ( Composite ) Cable while viewing movies ?

Have you tried using another Composite cable ?

When using the S-Video - press the Source button on either your remote or Projector - untill you get to S-video.

If it still doesn't respond I'm afraid your Mainboard has a fault on it and will have to be repaired by a technician.

Posted on May 29, 2008

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