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Color shift blue tint - Hitachi CP-X1250 Multimedia Projector

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This could also be a setting. If you are using component video as a connection, make sure that the unit is set for RGB if coming from a laptop or other computer system. If the projector is set to YPrPb, the picture will look purple or bluish as you describe. Change the setting to RGB and all should be well.


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Posted on Oct 26, 2009

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This is probably the polarizing filter. It will need to be replaced. It should not cost very much to fix.
OR
go to control panel, then go to display properties and try changing the theme to default. If not successful replace the LCD panels.................sodeep

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