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Doesn't shut off

There was a time my projector refused to shut off...the screen displayed a blank blue wall with a big red "X" mark on the left corner...I had to pull the plug just to shut it off...I know it's not a good practice but there's nothing I can do to shut it down...HELP!

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There is a "mute" screen which will hide the picture on your projector. If thats not the case there seems to be a problem with the remotes/controls fo rthis projector, as my functions do not workcorrectly all the time.
Lastly, the red x in the upper corner meant that you had no signal going to the projector, and would have no effect on shutting down.
Hope this helps
NGK

Posted on Sep 03, 2008

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