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    Sanyo PLC WXE46 won't focus after cleaning

    After reading the success of some posters here, I opened up an old Sanyo projector that was gone very dim and cleaned out the years of accumulated dust. I reassembled but the projector is now out of focus and it's nothing to do with the front focus adjuster. Is it possible that there is now dust somewhere I can't see? Or that one of the lenses has become misaligned? Any help or suggestions gratefully received ;-)

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    Sounds to me that you have either smeared a lens or something inside, or indeed that something is misaligned or missing inside.

    Someone might have an idea @Marc-Engineer still around?
    Last edited by crc-ict; 4th July 2014 at 01:37 PM.

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    Yeah I'll have to open it up again over the weekend and have another look :-(

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