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Rca 60'' p60928

Hi , i have a rca 60'' projector tv.i need a blue lamp. model of the tv is a: rca P60928 can you tell me where i can have one a best price. p.s. i whant to know how i can adjust the black color because i can not see all the detail on black thing. thanks

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The set does not have a blue lamp. The set has a blue picture tube. I have found that the best RCA parts distributor is Union Electronics at 1-800-648-6657. The picture tubes in projection sets are very fragile and dangerous to handle. The new picture tube will come dry, so the lens assembly and seal will have to be assembled onto the new tube and then filled with fresh coolant. The set will then need a complete realignment, everything from screen and focus voltages, bias and drive, yoke and ring position to convergence circuits. If you have no experience in any of the above, do not attempt to replace a picture tube. Allow a qualified tech to handle it for you.

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