Question about Televison & Video
The problem is often the the cable. What happens is that the projector receives colors on three different channels, and the signal is either intermittent because of a not well connected video cable, or because of an internal fault. In some case the color wheel is responsible and must be replaced.
If the problem occurs even when the projector is standalone with the blue screen, then the projector is faulty.
Try turning off and disconnecting power cord for two minutes, then test using different video cables. Also ensure that you test projector with two different sources. If that does not fix the problem, then the Optoma is defective. In that case it must be taken apart, tested and repaired. the most common internal fault giving this problem is the color wheel.
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
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