Question How to Turn off blue blocks on my projector screen

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  1. jarrelj

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    I have an Epson 3020e projector and somehow I accidentally turned on a setting that is now displaying four blue blocks on my screen no matter the video source (presumably they are other inputs). I can't figure out how to turn them off, any help would be appreciated!

    I am running an Onkyo TX-NR717 receiver bit I don't think it is the cause as the blocks stay on the screen regardless of the source chosen through my receiver...
     

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    It could be the receiver display that's overlaying on the output. if you run a cable straight from the source to the pj, that will prove if it's the amp or not.
     
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    What happens when you press the input button? Do you get another set of boxes come up, or do the existing boxes change/move?
     

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