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The most common cause for stripping issues is a bad connection between the image panels (LCD, LCoS, whatever) and the main board. The problem is that complex projectors like JVC’s don’t usually connect these cables directly to a main board, they have a dedicated image processing board. On the other hand, stripping as regular as shown on those photos would seem more likely to be caused by an issue with an image processor board itself, while bad contacts usually produce a more or less irregular stripping. Besides, JVC projectors have high quality connectors usually pretty well attached and shielded. I don’t think this is the kind of issue you can fix just by reseating some cables. My X30 has a similar occasional issue with the red color panel, and I don’t think it comes from one of the main contacts of those cables.
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4,3 x 2,8m semi-blacked out media room | 2010 MacMini > Pioneer VSX-520-K > JVC RS50 (X7) > 107", 1.1 gain, white screen | JVC X30 (RS45)