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post #2851 of 2852 Old 01-08-2013, 10:34 AM
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I can't help you, but could you pass the file and instructions to me as well? I plan to get around to this at some point as well. I would also wonder if you get this resolved if it would be worthwhile enough for me to pursue. Thanks.

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Bumping an old thread in hope of someone still reading it.

My HD7100 has been working almost perfectly up until this other day. The vga port stopped working a while ago, but now also the DVI is acting strange. Only the signal from the laptop works (hdmi to hdmi/dvi adapter) and the colours in the pictures are distorted. Blue/cyan horizontal lines are moving all over the screen and the screen looks more blue/cyan. I tried different hdmi cables but the result are the same, also tried a DVI cable straight from my desktop but that doesn't give any picture. However, the start image and the menus are not affected and looks completely fine. I ordered another DVI/HDMI adapter to check if that will work, but I'm not feeling optimistic. Does anyone have any idea of what could solve the problem? Should I try dissambling it completely and clean the chips? I took it some of it apart and tried cleaning out all the dust but it didn't help. The lamp has about 600hrs use.

Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!
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