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I have been noticing blue bands on the projection screen jetting out vertically against light colors (especially white) when watching TV or DVD projected thru my Panasonic PT-AE3000U LCD Projector. Please let me know what could be the problem.

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  • ndurvasula Mar 25, 2011

    My projector is not connected to a laptop or any other computer. It is part of the home theater setup wherein the TV transmission is thru DirecTV and DVD thru Bluray player. So there is no situation of resolution mismatch!

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Hi,

This normally caused by the computer or laptop resolution not being completely compatible with the projector resolution, you will need to adjust you computer or laptop resolution to match your projector resolution.

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