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Lp70+ display shows a solid black vertical line

Lp70+ display a solid vertical black line on the right side of the screen. This line covers part of whats being displayed on screen.

Lamp replaced but still the same problem

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  • chibrian79 Apr 17, 2009

    Image is dark on right side of screen - narrow area.

  • Anonymous Apr 28, 2009

    Same issue here, with our LP70+. Used to work OK. Very frustrated.

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The light tunnel is either collapsing and blocking the light going through it (and needs replacement) or the vertical/hoizontal adjustment of the tunnel. if you take the lamp out and move the colorwheel (with a pencil eraser) to the clear section, you should be able to see a square through it. if part of the square is blocking the middle, the tunnel needs replacing.

by the way, on some projectors the light tunnel is called an integrator rod.

Posted on May 28, 2009

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