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Dear Sir, Canon projector LV-7215 shows blue screen (and menus) - but not computer or video input. Optional Information: Make: Canon Model: LV-7215 Already Tried: Turning computer and FiOS box on and off cycling projector on and off only blue screen and menus project Please help as soon as possible because it is quite urgent. Regards, Chandrachur

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  • Chandrachur Bose Jan 02, 2011

    Thank's for the great solution.I want to wish you a very happy and bright 2011.

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Press the down left button ..and select the correct input for the mode you use..
the blue screen shows that you either do not have an input..or you didnt select the correct plug from the input button ..
after that use the settings to adjust the others..(from the menu button )

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