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Pioneer SD-P5057 Rear Projection Television

My Television has worked great for its entire life so far, now to day I moved out away from the wall to dust and clean the mirror and now it either works fine or it will shut off after 20 minutes or so. The only way I can get it to even power up is to unplug it and plug it back how ever sometime it will only power up for 1 or 2 seconds then shut off or it may stay on for 20 minutes or so.

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SOURCE: Location of MIrrors in projection tv

wd-52525 This is a DLP, I dont suggest taking it apart to clean anything, this is what we call a MICRO display, the imaging device is about 1" square and blown up 50X to the size of the pix you watch, anytime anyone I know has taken stuff appart where the mirror is at has ended up worse off, you say that there is dust on the mirror, what does it look like in your picture? If the spots are quarter size or so and fuzzy edges the dust is inside the lightengine and you want a factory cleanroom to service the LE, the one thing I think you can safely do is pull the lamp and check for dust on it as it can cause issues in pix, other than that I dunno what to tell you, hope this info helps.

Posted on Jul 09, 2007

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SOURCE: Pioneer Elite PRO 710HD 64" rear projection tv

You could get the old one and have them match it up. If not try www.pioneerservice.com

Posted on Sep 17, 2007

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SOURCE: replacing rear projection glass on Pioneer Pro-620HD

1)Pioneer entry is through the front,as you already found out.
The service manual will show you.......

2)Remove lower front speaker grill

3)Remove screen frame only

4)Choose left or right side to remove rail to access screens

5)CAREFULLY slide screens out to expose interior

6)Replace mirror and wipe off RGB lens caps

7)Reassemble .......................go slow,.............T.

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SOURCE: Pioneer elite Projection TV PRO-98

Need to replace the convergence board. Cost through Pioneer is $350.

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http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=402397&pp=30&page=38

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