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If the projected colors seem completely wrong:
If the picture settings are completely wrong and you cannot fix them:
If a DVI device causes an error message or garbage on the screen:
If a VGA monitor displays a bad picture for certain inputs:
If the projector stops responding to all controls:
If the super-bright button on the projector is lit, the picture
is displayed in grayscale. To display colors, press the business
graphics button or the theatre video button on the projector or
remote control.
For a YPbPr or RGB input device, be sure all the video
connectors are correctly matched.
Ensure the pins on the cable connectors are not bent or broken.
Open the on-screen menu and select adjust picture > Color
space. Try changing the selection.
Open the on-screen menu and select help > Diagnostics. Run
color tests.
Reset the picture settings to the factory-default settings. See the
following problem.
Reset the projection settings to the factory-default settings. To do
this, hold down these three buttons on the projector for 5 seconds:
back + up-arrow + auto sync. (This does not reset network
Certain high-definition digital sources incorporate HDCP
(High-bandwidth Digital-Content Protection) content protection.
Such content cannot be displayed by this projector. If the device
has another output port, such as YPbPr, try connecting that port to
the projector.
If you connect certain types of VGA monitors to the VGA output
port, it might have a blank or erratic display for video inputs, but
it should have a good display for computer graphics input. If this
occurs, trying using a different type of monitor.
If possible, turn off the projector. Then turn the main disconnect
switch off, wait 60 seconds, then turn it on again.
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