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Screen protector?? I have a vs-45va1, and would like to know what other folks have used to protect the screen from little hands? Thanks, Kevin

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Re: screen protector??

Screen protector, it is a glass or type of plastic that covers the original screen, this can be purchased from places like Sears, Mitsubishi, MCM, etc.

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S.N RS051DL103300. I just want to know if you sell a protective screen that is anti glare?

Anon. Protective screen that is anti glare, check the attached links,instruction and guides, Good luck
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May 26, 2016 | Projection Televisions

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Surge protector was blinking. smelled a little electrical burn odor. pluged tv directly to wall..all I hear ia a click noise..nothing lights up . help!

The surge protector has likely committed suicide... or died by homicide. In other words, it may have done its job, or been fried trying. Either the breaker/fuse inside melted by design due to a surge, or it died.

A surge protector is only designed to protect you from many small/everyday surges, or ONE BIG ONE. The cumulative wear of small surges will eventually kill them as well. They don't last forever, and some experts recommend replacing them every 3 years or so for safety/performance.

Some surge protectors have a reset switch or a replaceable fuse, but since you smelled something burning, I highly recommend tossing it in the garbage (if not still on fire, hee hee), and get a new surge protector for safety. Your house is worth the $25+. If you have had any other electrical issues in your home lately, get an electrician to do a quick safety inspection as well. Be safe!

PS: Not all surge protectors are created equal. Look for one that has "lighting protection" and costs at least $20-25 , or you likely don't have decent protection (the ones I buy are usually $30-$35, but I watch for sales and keep an extra on hand). Never overload a surge protector or wall outlet. Read the manual for the total watts,etc. supported. And don't expect to collect on the $50,000 equipment damage guarantee some surge protectors promise.

Dec 02, 2013 | Projection Televisions

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Im trying to find a replacement screen for a Mitsubitshi VS-70707... is there anywhere I can find one or some sort of similar product that will work?

Find an active TV Repair shop. You may find a used screen in their salvage area. If they don't have one, they will know of another TV shop that may. Thanks for asking and show all hands of support!

Sep 06, 2011 | Mitsubishi VS-70707 70" Rear Projection...

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Scratch in sreen

By the looks of that picture, it's hard for me to believe that the scratch is not on the outside of the protective plexiglass screen. However, you can remove the protective screen w/o negative effect of the picture. In fact, it will probably reduce the glare from light on the screen. If, in fact, the scratch is still seen w/o the protective screen installed, then it is the lenticular screen that is scratched.
The lenticular screen is the one with the vertical grooves from top to bottom in it. The fresnal is the back screen that appears to have been lathed in a circular pattern.

Jan 07, 2009 | Toshiba 61HX70 61" Rear Projection...

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Mitsubishi VS-5046

i have a 50in mitsubishi tv model vs5046 the screen protector is crack the tv works fine but need to know where can i purchase a protector or its there a number. also how much will this cost.

Oct 30, 2008 | Mitsubishi VS-45607 45" Rear Projection...

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Mitsubishi vs5003r troubleshoot

I found this in another website... i hope this can help you. I'll try too...

Found this on the web, hope it helps.

Thank you for contacting Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Inc. We
are pleased to be able to assist our customers via our website. Here is the
information that you have requested:
TV Lock #8


Color Televisions
CS-20EX1, CS-20301, CS-26EX1, CS-26201, CS-26301, CS-2725R, CS-27EX1,
CS-27MX1, CS-27TX1, CS-27200, CS-27201, CS-27301, CK-27304, CK-27306,
CS-27401, CS-27403, CS-3135R, CK-3136R, CS-31AX1, CS-31FX1, CS-31MX1,
CK-31MX2, CS-31301, CK-31302, CS-3525R, CK-3526R, CK-3527R, CS-3535R,
CK-3536R, CS-35X7, CS-35AX1, CS-35FX1, CK-35FX2, CS-35MX1, CK-35MX2,
CK-35MX3, CS-35201, CS-35201A, CS-35203, CS-35205A, CS-35301, CS-35401,
CK-35402, CS-40FX1

Projection Televisions
VS-40VA2, VS-4517S, VS-45VA1, VS-45VA2, VS-4561, VS-4562, VS-5016R,
VS-5017S, VS-50VA1, VS-50VA2, VS-50VF1, VS-50VF2, VS-50VX2, VS-50VX3,
VS-5061, VS-5062, VS-6017R, VS-6026R, VS-60VA2, VS-60VF1, VS-60VF2,
VS-60VX2, VS-60VX3, VS-6061, VS-7017R

This system locks only the entire TV. The TV will display a screen that
will indicate "Parental Lock ... Now the lock is on" and request the
personal four digit code when the TV is powered on.

IMPORTANT> You must use the original remote control that came with the
TV to release the Parental Lock, you cannot use a remote
that came with a VCR, Audio System or from any other

1. Depending on which remote came with your TV, press the button at
the top labeled TV,OR set the TV/VCR switch in the upper left
corner of the remote to the TV position. .

2. Press the button on the remote labeled POWER.
The TV will turn on and display an information
screen that indicates "Parental Lock ... Now the
lock is on" and ask for the four digit personal code.

3. Press the #9 and the QV buttons at the same time.
The TV will turn on.

4. Press the button labeled MENU.
The "TV Main Menu" will be displayed.

5. Press the ADJUST UP or DOWN button to move the arrow next to the
"Advanced Features" selection and then press ENTER.

The "Advanced Features" menu will appear and
indicate that the lock is ON.

6. Press the ADJUST button to move the arrow next to the "Parental
Lock" option, and then press ENTER.
The screen will change to indicate "Parental Lock
... Now the lock is on" and ask for the four digit
personal code.

7. Press the #9 and QV buttons at the same time.
The screen will return to the "Advanced Features"
menu and indicate that the lock is off.

8. Press the MENU button twice to return to normal viewing.

The original lock code has now been erased and the lock canceled.

Oct 26, 2008 | Projection Televisions

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Need to know how to replace screen protector shield

you have to take off the speaker grill on the front... it just pops off, it's a little unnerving yanking on it but it will come off with a little force. Then there are similar screws on the front of it.

Jun 17, 2008 | Toshiba 57H84 57" Rear Projection...

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Blue lines in screen

Sounds like the blue crt is either shorted or one of the resistors on the blue CRT PC board is open

May 10, 2008 | Mitsubishi VS-45607 45" Rear Projection...

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Mitsubushi Big Screen TV Screen Protector vs 60601

that will have to be a dealer orderd item.. Unless you can find one used. I would try the tv shops in your area , they may have a used mitsubishi screen

Jan 21, 2008 | Mitsubishi VS-60601 60" Rear Projection...

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Mitsubishi VS-45VA1 ~ No Projection Image

Sometimes resetting the microprocessor circuit is all it takes to fix a set. A shock, power fluctuation or something in the timing of the control circuit may have caused a momentary glitch in the television and resetting it fixed the set. Keep an eye on it and if there is another problem with it, reply here and we will try to work it out.

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