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Colors out of alignment

Well what happened was the screen started to turn green after long term of use, i went to turn it off to make the color adjustment and i accidently hit the tv/video button, and no all the colors are out of alignment as in i hit the flash focus and blue,green and red are in a row across the screen i've tried to adjust it my self but to no avail so any ideas or if there is a master reset for it to go back to factory specs? thanks

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  • DBXJ Sep 10, 2007

    never mind i figured it out turnes out i just need to manualaly realign the tubes with the adjustment slides on the tubes/projectors

    i still dunno how they went out of alignment

  • DBXJ Oct 19, 2007

    How do you tighten them all mine had was a wite cement on them and i took some contact cement i had and put them on there i cant break them loos still

  • DBXJ Oct 19, 2007

    whoops i ment i can break them loose if needed is there any ideas to what could have caused this?

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Make sure to tighten after adj..

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  • Anonymous Oct 19, 2007

    ok sounds good!

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