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Topic:   Panasonic PT-AE900U Display Issues

I have a Panasonic PT-AE900U with about 1200 hrs on the lamp. It is connected to the video source via an HDMI cable. Last week,an issue popped up - no picture. The Picture menu was disabled too. I power cycled the equipment and the picture came back. Now no picture again and power cycling is not helping. The picture menu is disabled, and the other menu options are working. I tried it with another video source, same issue - no picture. Is it a Lamp issue or something else.I appreciate your help and guidance.
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Topic:   Red-Green ghosting in picture. Options?

The picutre on my Panasonic PT-AE900U is a bit blurry. I've noticed when I bring up the menu that you can see a distinct magenta-green shift around white pixels. (see attached image) Does anyone know if there is a way to correct this? I've gone through the menus to find some kind of calibration for color alignment, but have had no luck finding any such thing. Does anyone know if there is a way to calibrate this, or is this something a repair shop would have to take care of?
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Topic:   perfect LCD registration

Do you still have the cable, the only one I found was over $300 dollars.
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Topic:   Panasonic PT-AE900U and Samsung Blu-Ray

I have a Samsung Blu-Ray BDP-1600. Originally no problems using an HDMI cable. Now, however, the picture is enlongated from top to bottom when viewed with Blu-Ray, true when playing DVD or streaming Netflix. Interestingly, when I hook up local TV with OTA converter, no problem. Again, originally everything worked fine, then this popped up. I can play my blu-ray using component cables, just wonderfin what the deal is.
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Topic:   Panasonic ae900 will not focus across entire image

I'm having a weird problem that I can't seem to solve. My panasonic ae900 will not focus across the whole image. If the top of the image is in sharp focus the bottom will not be and vice-versa. Assuming that either my screen or my projector wasn't level I leveled the projector and spent time making sure my screen hangs straight down and it didn't help. If the top is in focus the bottom only begins to come into focus if i tilt the screen at a 10 degree angle or greater. The projector is placed high up relative to the screen and I have the lens shifted essentially as far down as it will go. Anyway, I feel like there is some issue with how the projector is leveled, that the lens is angled wrong but the machine itself is level on all sides and in all directions. as well tilting the projector upwards, even dramatically doesn't seem to bring the bottom into focus. So, my next best guess is there is something wrong with the lens.
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