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Greenish tint hi the tint is overwhelmingly green no matter which source we input, computer, cable tv, dvd have tried all of menu's to adjust tint contrast etc. called epson, outside the warranty, wondering if it is the hardware and if it is cost effective to fix, rahther than replace-thanks

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  • ewekeck Oct 17, 2008

    Same problem, green tint even after replacing the lamp.

  • bixxx Jan 04, 2009

    Thanks rmeyers any idea as to the cost to fix?

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Not sure if this is the solution, but I believe the color polarizer filters have been burned. I have a yellow haze circle on mine and I'm pretty sure that's the problem. In my case the blue filter is burned, leaving the red and green stronger yeilding a yellow blur.

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