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No red in picture

There is no red in the picture-intermittently

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  • rheam414 Sep 26, 2008

    do I understand correctly that there are no bulbs to replace in this model-only something called "crt's"?

  • rheam414 Sep 26, 2008

    okay, if a crt is a bulb-next question is are there seperate bulbs for red, blue ,and green or is there one bulb that runs the whole set and the lack of red in the picture is another problem

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A DLP set has a BULB sometimes crt's are called bulbs which in a way they are glass bulbs with phosphor and a vacuum

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  • hiwatt Sep 26, 2008

    yeah red green blue bulb not like a light bulp old tv techs used to cal crt's bulbs they do in fact look like a bulb of glass.

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