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Screen display of the projector: what causes the dominance of the color green?
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Question from Jean D. :
The picture displayed on the screen of my projector becomes pale green. It is very unpleasant to see. It seems that it is the green that dominates. I have no idea where it could come. Can you help me to solve this problem?
Answers from justprojectorlamps.co.uk
Firstly, try connecting your projector with another device, for example, another DVD player. If the problem persists, the main source of the problem is then in the box, you should solve the problem in the projector.
You need a check at the panel connectors if you have them removed. Indeed, the panels ensure the quality and resolution of the picture.
After that, check the connectors on the motherboard because a bad connection in this part may result in frequent changes of color and image quality.
And finally, it is necessary to test the LCD block that may be worn out, especially red and blue.
Please check these points yourself or request a repair service that can help you to diagnose the problem
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