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Optoma EP719 Projector "Pulse"

When my display comes up on the screen the Optoma logo is clear & stable. But then when I open my Power Point presentation the display on the screen seems to jump a bit as though it has a continued heartbeat or pulse. It began doing so a couple of weeks back during a seminar presentation, and today when I tested it, it did exactly the same thing - as though the projector has developed a heartbeat every couple of seconds.

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  • WealthPresrv Jul 22, 2008

    Thanks. Now I'll need to locate a local repair facility. Thanks for your help !!

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It is one of the fan, it is bent or out of place and cause reptead disturbance at cyclic intervals. The projector must be taken apart and examined on the inside

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