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How do I get rid of the shadow that appears to the left of the projected image ?


The shadow is caused by projected light from the unit outside the image field. I have the same problem, and I just tend to ignore it. I have tried various settings and sizes to minimize the effect, but some shadow always remains. This is true with any projector.

Mar 22, 2015 | Sanyo Plc-xp20n Video/data Projector

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Head cleaning


Please don't try to clean the "head" A laser printer is a very delicate apparatus and can be dammaged very easy. The manual gives several reasons, why shadow's can apear. One is the paper could be to moist. You could see the manual (still online) to check what "shadow" is closest you what your machine produces.
Maintanance starts at page 72 and is followed by trouble shooting, where you can see print errors.

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How do I get rid of shadows on my printing from my HP Photosmart C3180 printer? There is an extra shadow behind EVERY single piece of text. It makes the whole page look blurry. It isn't as if t


I have a Canon printer. Whenever pictures or text gets a double or blurry image I open the printer solutions menu. It sounds as though there is a problem with inkjet alignment. By clicking the realignment button the printer will automatically realign the jets. I usually test the alignment by printing a page from that program. All the line segments should line up.

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How do I get rid of the shadow cast when using the lens hood?


If the lens hood is the one designed for the lens, there should be no shadow.

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All the icons, pictures and letters are creating shadows on the monitor. How do I get rid of them?


try this right click on your desktop , click on Appearance tab . then click on effects , see if Show shadows under menus is checked if so uncheck it . click ok then click Apply .

Sep 20, 2010 | Samsung SyncMaster 2233BW 22" LCD Monitor

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I have shadowing on the edges when in wide-screen. When in normal screen the image is fine. How do I get rid of the shadow? Also, is there a way to clean the mirror inside the unit?


the only way to properly and safely clean anything inside is with canned air. as for the shadow, replace the light tunnel. you can get the part from an infocus service center and replace it yourself, or send it in for repair. either way, try av solutions in ny. they're really good. www.avsolutionsny.com

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How do I stop shadows on my subjects faces when photographing outside


Force the flash to go off, this will get rid of any shadows on people. If it's bright outside, the flash won't fire automatically, you need to force it.

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Shadow strip down side of monitor


Is this Vista or XP with Google gadgets turned on? Turn these off and you'll get rid of the dark shadow.

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Red shadows


you need to have a complete cnvergence done on it

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