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Internal mirror broken

I have an LP600, and the internal mirror is broken. It is a small 4-sided box that is made of mirrors, behind the color wheel. It was cutting off half of the image on the screen, so I took it apart and found that this little rectangular box had one side out of whack. Upon looking at it further, I found that the glue had just broken and not the mirror itself. Is there a way to fix this, or does someone know where I can get just this part? I didn't pay for the projector, it was free from my work, and I can have it. I just want to get the part or a way to fix it so that I don't have to pay an arm and leg for the repair. I don't have any images to show....

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  • sergio vivas Apr 10, 2008

    me gustaria sabar cual es el numero de parte de la cajita de de cuatro lado ( tunel de luz ) el modelo es infocus lp 600

  • razmig Apr 27, 2008

    We had this problem. The nearest repairer is 200 km away - three hours by road. The service agent would potentially have taken minimum two weeks to receive, repair and return. Instead my husband replaced our infocus lp600 light tunnel with a piece of 10mmx10mmx1.5mm aluminium channel inside which he placed a polished aluminium reflector panel from fluoresent light casing cut to fit and folded square. Three months later and we have no further problems.

  • fredb205 Oct 06, 2008

    i have the same problem. Is there a place we can get these mirrors replaced?



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