I had same problem so i opened up the casing of the projector and blew the dust off the inside components. it has been two days without the problem and the picture quality is better. probably an overheating problem due to all the dust. just be careful when taking it apart because there are a few cables to disconnect and a bunch of hidden screws, if it's still under warranty or you don't feel confident taking it apart, i'd send it in to get fixed.
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If your going to print in color may it be just red or blue. You really need all of the cartridges for it to work. Because for the printer to come up with those colors. It would need all three colors Cyan, Magenta and Yellow to come up with the any color, in your problem, Blue and Red.
The basic 4-flat trailer wiring colors are as follows.
Yellow-Left turn/Stop, Green- Right turn/Stop, Brown-Running Lights and White-Ground
7-way trailer wiring colors are as follows.
Yellow-Left turn/Stop, Green- Right turn/Stop, Brown-Running Lights, White-Ground, Red or Black-auxiliary power, Blue-Trailer Brakes and Purple-Reverse lights
Check it with a test light. White-ground, Yellow-left turn, Green-right turn, Brown-tailights. Check it on the truck first. There are seperate fuses for just the trailer wiring in the fuse box under the hood. The Blue and Red wires are for Trailer brakes, don't worry about those.
glad you posted what colors you do have , cause 2 resources didn't match ,actually 3 , i did find a match to your colors was a 97 year model premium radio, so we have a match .....
black/ light green = ground dark green = left front spkr + purple = right front spkr + blue/white = right rear spkr - brown/blue = left rear spkr - brown/yellow = left rear spkr + blue/orange = right rear spkr + black/yellow = park lamps brown/red = left front spkr - orange = dimmer signal pink = fused battery + green/red = radio choke relay red/white = fused ignition blue/red = right front spkr -
You are missing either red drive signal to CRT or you have a cold / fractured solder joint on the television. Also with the set unplugged check with a non metalic object like a ruler or a wooden spoon and start tapping around in the front or back of set and see what happens. See if you can narrow which area of the set has a problem... Good luck future technician.. Happy holidays.. Jay