Question about Optoma RD65 65" Rear Projection HDTV
Ah, it seems that you might very well have a few voltages off as there aren't many other adjustments that can be made without seriously offsetting quite a few mechanical tolerances. Has the set been dropped or bumped severely? Moved recently? If no to the above questions, you really should verify all power supply specs before doing any "precision bending". Many times, a set that has the symptoms you describe just need work on getting the power supply a "green light" before taking any other action...accordianman
Posted on Jun 25, 2008
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