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Posted on 2009-04-08
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I have a nec v676 projector.  The projector isnt to old. A year or 2 old.     Today the projector began to display a blu hazy image over the projected image. The blue hazy image looks to be a photograph of people.   I thought it was the computer, so I connected the projector to my laptop.   Still blue and hazy.   I figured it was the lamp in the projector.  I replaced the lamp. Still Bue hazy image of people projected over the computers projected screen.  I then switch the vga cable for a new one.  Still blue and hazy.  So something in the projector seems to be damageg.  I would guess a mirror inside the projector has been burned.  And the image that was projected at the time it was burned is the blue image on teh screen.  Does anyone agree disagree, or have anything I can try to fix the problem?
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If it's an LCD projector, it's probably not the mirror, but perhaps the polarizer: http://www.bigscreenforums.com/forum_topic.cfm?which=13106
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