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I was cleaning my 7570 with a lightly damp cloth. The display faded and hasn't come back.

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have you checked the dryer vent,wall vent lint trap for cloggs,if clogged it will hold the damp hot air in the dryer much longer and add to your drying time-mike

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That should not have happened. However, I have heard that the following solution works for cell phones dropped in water where they open it up and use a hair dryer to dry it up. Try running the hair dryer on low around the edges of the screen but not so close as to heat it up. The wiping with a damp cloth does not normally cause this, but if that is what it is then the hair dryer solution MAY work. Good luck on fixing it without having to send it in for expensive servicing.

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SOURCE: Picture or screen displays multicolours

Dont use a damp cloth. Use an air hose or can air if possible.
The color differences may be your color wheel and not your
air filter. You may have to reset the projector to clear the alerts, just hold both volume buttons for 5 seconds. I've found its usually 30 seconds
Hope it helps, good luck

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