Question about Optoma EP910 SXGA Plus Projector Projector
Perhaps the problem is not with the projector, but with the video source. Here are some tests to determine if it is really the projector.
If you are using a dvd player as the video source, try hooking a laptop up to the projector and play a dvd on the laptop. If it plays okay, then it's probably the dvd player.
Another test is to hook up your video source to another display device instead of the projector, like a tv set. If you have the same problem, then it's the dvd player. If not, the projector may be overheating. Remove the air filter and clean it if it's dirty or replace it. If the filter is very dirty, you might want to take the cover off the unit and blast out the dust with a compressor or a can of air.
Please let me know what happens, as I may be able to help more if this doesn't fix it.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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