Question about Optoma HD65 DLP Projector
I'm starting with the assumption that you have tried different sources of signal and different cables, with the same result.
Simple test: try to bring the menu on the screen. If you can then the AV inputs aren't operational, replacing the board that carries them will cost around $150 with labor. If nothing appears on the screen then the image processor is inoperative and the entire mainboard will have to be replaced. This would cost over $350 and it's simply not worth it - for a little more money you can buy a brand new one.
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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