Question about Televison & Video
It's doubtful that buying a new color wheel will solve that cracked glass problem. However, if you are going to buy a new color wheel you may as well purchase a new television as they are extremely expensive and most new units do not use them. I suspect the piece of glass may be protecting the lamp from anything on the inside of the TV or preventing anything from getting to the color wheel so it may work out just fine the way it is. I would suggest reporting back after you have replaced the bulb. In other words, don't order anything else just yet.
Posted on May 06, 2008
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