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Oil in rear projection t.v.

What kind of oil is inside the lenses? also will it make the picture quit if turned on when low on oil?

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The "oil" is actually tube coolantthat is supposed to be between the lens and the tube. If the coolant was low you may have damaged the tube and maybe melted the lens if happened to be plastic.

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