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T5AH250V You have a post mentioning that you replaced the fuse T5AH250V for your projector - where did you buy the fuse, as I am unable to find it anywhere. Thanks, Sumeet thechawlas@gmail.com

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You can buy it from your nearest TV or AV Repair shop.

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Help my panosonic PTL-520U has a good picture but the color is blue what could be wrong email me please agutierrez1532@msn.com

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