Originally Posted by scenaria
is there a procedure involved in aligning them?
seems that without service extensions theres no way to move them while the projector is on for optimum alignment.
Didn't I create controversy by stating that it is possible to field change an individual LCD and converge it - though I recommend it should be done only by the qualified or insane?
Per the 700 Service Manual - I'm assuming the chassis is the same.
Yes, its part of the Analysis Block. Each mirror is individually adjustable. Two screws affix the "Reflectors" and a lever rotates the mirror. You would need a Service Kit as you suggest.
Good idea? Only if you've the equipment, comfort level, and another projector.
I'd recommend a service tech.
Was your optical block recently replaced? Is it possible this occurred during repair - assuming this was not apparent prior to repair?
btw. It doesn't necessarily follow that this is the issue that your pj is exhibting - though I can only think of a relationship with the Analysis block or the polarizers, I ain't no expert. I do know some pjs can be software adjusted for uniformity - I would imagine this is done by offsetting the LUTs for various regions of the panels. The 700's Service Manual does state
Uniformity Data Transmission:
Reads the color unevenness correction data from the file and transmits it to the
So some of this could be corrected in software if it were available. Talk to your tech