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Vpl-cs2 Projector boots up and displays "S-Video" as the input. It will not let me change the input. In fact none of the buttons on the machine (or remote) seem to do anything. The projector worked perfectly fine but has been stored the past few years without use...

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Remove all input signal connections.
Cover with a cardboard box to keep stray flourescent light off the IR sensors.
see if it starts up as before.

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