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The color on my Epson Powerlite S3 powerpoint projector is very purple; not the true colors at all. I have tried adjusting it using the color, tint, brightness, etc. adjustments but it never gets to the right color. Can you suggest anything?

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    Color goes to purple shades intermittently and then back to normal.

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Two possible solutions:

1) The video mode is set to Component/RGB instead of VGA.

2) The cable you have may have a break inside of it.

Let me know if you find anything.

-Jeff

Posted on Mar 18, 2009

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