Question about Epson - PowerLite S1+ Multimedia Projector
I have the same problem with my Epson Powerlight S1+ and I believe it is a slightly burned Blue Polarizer filter. I've been reading a lot about this, and when the blue polarizer gets burned, they yellowish haze starts to appear.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
If you already have replaced the lamp and it still provide you with the same issue let's try some of this steps to properly isolate it
1. Turn on projector without connecting it to any source (PC or DVD player). Check if you see the presence of the distortion even when nothing is connected to it. If it is present, you would need to contact Epson tech support basically this is an issue with the hardware itself. If your projector is within the 2-year warranty you may be able to obtain a replacement (brand new or refurbished) or they would be referring you a cerftified service center in you area. Otherwise proceed with step 2
2. Try different cable, different source try different port on source if it still provides you with the same experience hardware issue
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
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