Question about Epson EMP 50 Multimedia Projector
This projector uses 3 small LCD panels to generate the image. The possibility that all of them were failing at the exact same time are astronomically low. Since that can't happen and you have checked everything outside the projector itself that could cause ithe image corruption you see then the only thing left is the image processor of the projector - its job is to take the AV signal and convert it to a format that can be used to control the 3 LCD panes. In your case the processor is no longer doing that - it has failed. Since it can't be fixed or replaced to repair the projector the entire mainboard will have to be replaced.
This can be done but it's not an economically sound decision - it will cost you more than a new projector. Time for a new one.
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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