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JVC Dila G15 Problem

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Hawklan, Jun 27, 2004.

  1. Hawklan

    Hawklan
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    Hi

    I wonder if you guys can help me

    I went to purchase a 2nd hand DLA-G15 today
    I tried a dead pixel check by projecting a range of single colours including the usual red green and blue (sourced from the Avia disk)
    Good news no dead pixels
    The bad news is the there was a horizontal dark area in the middle of the screen on the yellow, magenta, white and (really deep) on the red screen shot

    The dark strip started about 25% from the top of the projected image and continued down to approx 25% from the bottom. This dark strip got darker as it got closer to the centre of the screen

    The same test was performed with two other projectors (SX21 and a M15) without any problem

    The dark areas on all of the screens seemed to blue(ish)
    i.e on the the yellow screen the dark area was green etc


    The attached image I hope will give you an idea of the problem


    Many thanks

    RON
     

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  2. Branxx

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    It looks more as a fault rather than calibration issue.

    Give JVC Professional a call (they service D-ILA projectors).
     
  3. Hawklan

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    Hi

    Thanks - I hope its not a fault

    Lets hope

    Many thanks

    RON
     

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