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Check the Video cable that feeds the projector, could be a broken cable or a pin bent -worst case the connector on the projector has broken. Try the VGA cable on your computer screen. The lamp does not need replaceing, the lamp emmits white light only.
Your yellow tint issue can be from two different things. One, it can be a setting on the projector itself. Two, or can be the screen you're projecting your image onto. Your projection screen needs to be very white to get good results.