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  • thomasma57 Jan 12, 2009

    how do you check the lens and what are you looking for? I pulled and looked at the lamp, but the same thing, what am I looking for in this 'check'?

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Check the fly eye lens and then Lamp unit. Service and check the LCD panels.

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