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You have to go to an infocus authorized service center. you may be able to purchase it from them without having them put it in. check the infocus website for an asc. but for reference, the part # for the ballast/power supply is 520-0126-00 if there is a "0" in the 5th to last position in the serial #, and 520-0143-00 if it's an "a" in the 5th to last position.

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