No, it is not right, but unfortunately yes, you have a problem with the 3d on your unit since you have bad ghosting in the right eye like you do.. And comparing its active shutter 3d performance in its currently flawed state to a very small 42 inch TV using the totally different passive 3d method is going to be quite a difference.... obviously.
Just to totally confirm that you need to service your 7000, be sure to swap the HDMI cable with another one and if available, maybe try another blu ray player... or even try using another HDMI input on your 7000, just in case.. But, most likely, unfortunately something is wrong with your projector. If 3d is super important to you, then definitely going with the much smaller screen of a TV and the passive system can be quite advantageous.. the image will be brighter and the glasses are typically more comfortable, and as long as you don't sit too close to your screen, the half resolution of the passive 3d system will not be apparent.
But for me, the best way to experience 3d is on a very big screen with a properly functioning active shutter full resolution system! When I owned my 7000, its 3d worked fine, but when the 8000 became available brand new for less than $1500, I grabbed one... and the improvements that were made in its 3d performance are definitely obvious from that 1st generation 3d model.
Keep in mind too, that some people just don't see or process the active shutter method well due to their own vision. Maybe you are one of the few who fall into that category....