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Pretty noticeable with exposure changes, but I also included what could be a "normal viewing" photo. Are these in every projector? Should I send it back? Is there a way to clear it out? Should I just suck it up since they are barely noticeable?



 

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My HT1075 has the same problem, and that's after exchanging it twice with B&H. I finally settled with a unit that had 1 dust spot. Now, a month later, I see that there are 3 more. Just like you, it's not noticeable when in-focus during normal viewing but I'm worried that it's just going to get worse. The issue is well documented with the W1070 and it seems that it's a design flaw with how the optics are sealed. I'm sure the the same is true for the HT1075 :(

There is a thread here that shows how to take it apart and clean out the dust.

More info, hope it helps!

http://www.avsforum.com/forum/68-di...22-benq-w1070-dust-spots-inside-lens-fix.html
 
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