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Projector Repair

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by teqdruid, May 7, 2005.

  1. teqdruid

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    So I recently came by a project on the cheap.. the real cheap. The lamp appears to be in excellent condition, and the menus on it display fine, but once I connect a video source, the image sucks. It seems to be an issue of color- the blue oversaturates everything else out of existence. While the image is up, I can still display the menus, and ever the overlay menus work fine- even great.

    I have tried two difference video sources- vga and composite. Neither work. It seems reasonable to me that one of the input modules is busted. I haven't been able to crack 'er open and take a look yet, but I'm hoping it can be replaced. I'm not familiar with projects, so is my reasoning correct? Also, where might I obtain a part like this?

    For reference, it's a Panasonic PT-L557U.

    Thanks
    John Demme
     

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