Question about Toshiba TLP-LT8 Projector Lamp for TLP-MT1
Hi there i have a toshiba mt1 projector recently fitted a new lamp but the picture on the projeted image is ghosting even when in menu mode the text is double imaged is there anything i can do to remedy this problem? or is it not cost effective to rectify? thanks...
SOURCE: double imaging
The Toshiba 55H70 is a standard rear projection set. It does not have a "lamp", it has 3 picture tubes. When the colors suddenly do not line up on the screen, it means that one of your convergence output IC's has burned out and needs to be replaced. This is very common on those sets. If your set is using the STK392-110 IC's, it is probably a good idea to go ahead and replace both IC's with the newer upgraded STK392-150 IC's. The IC's should be replaced and the convergence circuits realigned by a qualified tech familiar with Toshiba projection sets.
Posted on Sep 11, 2007
SOURCE: Toshiba TDP D2 Projector
A mirror got loose in the opening from where the bulb sends the light to the "panel" It is blocking part of the light.
I'm not talking about one of the tiny mirrors that makes up the DLP, but there is silver box where the bulb light initially goes. the walls are lined with mirrors whose adhesive fails when exposed to great heat.
I can easily fix it, as i have fixed many of them from this problem.
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
first, reset the settings to factory default. if you are using it with a computer, make sure it matches resolution. native for the projector is 1024x768, but maxes at 1600x1200. and the input is analog, not digital. if you are doing video, make sure you are on the correct video input. it does do hdtv, but not 480p or 480i. if none of this helps and the focus does not work, check case for signs of damage. maybe the previous owner dropped it and damaged something internal. last possibility: clean it out using compressed air. take the top off if necessary. since it is an lcd projector, dust and dirt build up on lenses and light filters causing them to burn. remove the lamp and look at the fly-eye lens inside the lamp housing. if you can see the one behind it, check for burn marks. there may be parts that need replacing.
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
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