Question about Toshiba TDP-S9 DLP PROJECTOR *2% DISCOUNT COD/WIRE Multimedia Projector
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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This is a common problem with these projectors. Usually happens after a film breaks or a bad splice goes through it. Pull the lens straight out and then remove the lens housing that holds the lens and the focus controller. The screws for the housing are behind the glued on cover that says frame and focus. Remove the 4 screws behind it, slowly lift the cover and watch for a loose leaf spring that sits behind the cover. It will fall out if the projector is standing up, so lay it on its back and it will just sit there so you know where to put it during assembly.
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