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Volume is fine but picture is to blurry to see Menus, and wont change channel without remote. do not have remote

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Need the model of the tv. but with a blurry picture on a projection tv its means that your color board or color wheel is going bad. but more likely and much cheaper would be a bad bulb or ballast for the bulb. that will be your solution. hope i helped let me know.

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