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How best to transport WS-55711 in Toyota 4 Runner

I thought it breaks down into two halves - does it? the simulated wood side pieces look continuous. Best to keep assembled, or tear down?

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One piece - U haul 5x8 covered trailer and plenty of padding, straps.

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Clean samsung projection tv


You must unplug the unit. there should be portals on the left & right side, held in place with 1 screw each. You can look in & clean the lens & mirrors. be sure you have the glass mirrors. If they are Mylar don't attempt to clean, because if you tear it you've got to replace it.( I don't think Samsung used Mylar screens)
You must unplug the unit. Then you can vacuum the back to remove as much of the dust as possible, being very careful not to disconnect any wiring, or break parts.
Dust causes electronic equipment to heat more & you already have an extremely hot lamp.You'll have dust on many components & the fans. It's important to minimize dust collection in any piece of electronic equipment.

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My wife was cleaning around our Pioneer sd-532hd5 tv and she moved the tv to clean behind it. When the did, the color went awry. The sound and video is ok, just the color was affected. We have checked the...


now in the front of your tv you will see a weird piece of wood that looks like it doesent belong now its a piece of wood in the front of your tv sicured by a few screws and 2 dowels and inside you will see 2 circut bourds infront of you and a few more behind them , you will also see some connections to the botom of the projectors themselves , now you need to look to your left side and on your left you will see a little black or white casing with what looks to be 6 screws on it , but there not screws there the adjustments for your tv now just fiddle with those 6 screws til you can find your favorite color or setting and close it back up and ENJOY!!!!

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Rca tv is blurry


2 types. If wooden top rail of screen surround: remove end screws of top rail by removing caps over screws on upper front sides. Remove the two screws. Remove top wooden screen bezel piece. Now pull up and out screens. If sceen surround is plastic one-piece all-around: remove speaker grill board. Remove screws along lower front of screen bezel. Pull bottom of screen bezel out a 1/2 inch. Lift up on screen bezel to remove entire screen assembly.

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I have a 5 year old RCA 61LPW42 HD DLP television. A few months ago a small dark shadow appeared in the upper left corner of the screen. Over time it has creeped down and become larger. Still starting...


It's the light tunnel. The tunnel is a square tube made up of 4 mirrors glued together.

It looks like this from the side: |_| (with a piece on top too.)
When the glue breaks down, it shifts inside the little mirror holder. The shifted mirrors looks like this /_/ what you are seeing is the shadow of the tilted mirror tunnel.
ON the RCA's there's not a good fix.

RCA's response:
"Ok, well sadly they do not offer the light tunnel anymore, which is what you need. Sadly you would be rendered to get a whole new light engine assembly. That would be the D.N.D module, light tunnel,color wheel,optic spanner, and oci. mirror. Your best bet would be to search ebay for a broken engine and replace it that ways."

That is the ONLY response I got from them.

I took the set apart and found the 4 tiny mirrors. I will be attempting to epoxy them together. (The set is dead anyway, why not try?)

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TV has alittle dark haze,not bad,9inchs in from side,top to Bott


Probably the light tunnel. The tunnel is a square tube made up of 4 mirrors glued together.

It looks like this from the side: |_| (with a piece on top too.)
When the glue breaks down, it shifts inside the little mirror holder. The shifted mirrors looks like this /_/ what you are seeing is the shadow of the tilted mirror tunnel.
ON the RCA's there's not a good fix.

RCA's response:
"Ok, well sadly they do not offer the light tunnel anymore, which is what you need. Sadly you would be rendered to get a whole new light engine assembly. That would be the D.N.D module, light tunnel,color wheel,optic spanner, and oci. mirror. Your best bet would be to search ebay2_bing.gif for a broken engine and replace it that ways."

That is the ONLY response I got from them.

I took the set apart and found the 4 tiny mirrors. I will be attempting to epoxy them together. (The set is dead anyway, why not try?)

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RCA dlp - Shadow


It's the light tunnel. The tunnel is a square tube made up of 4 mirrors glued together.

It looks like this from the side: |_| (with a piece on top too.)
When the glue breaks down, it shifts inside the little mirror holder. The shifted mirrors looks like this /_/ what you are seeing is the shadow of the tilted mirror tunnel.
ON the RCA's there's not a good fix.

RCA's response:
"Ok, well sadly they do not offer the light tunnel anymore, which is what you need. Sadly you would be rendered to get a whole new light engine assembly. That would be the D.N.D module, light tunnel,color wheel,optic spanner, and oci. mirror. Your best bet would be to search ebay for a broken engine and replace it that ways."

That is the ONLY response I got from them.

I took the set apart and found the 4 tiny mirrors. I will be attempting to epoxy them together. (The set is dead anyway, why not try?)

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How do I remove the outer protective screen on my Mitsubishi WS-55315?


There are trim pieces around the edges that can be removed by sliding a knife underneath and lightly prying. They should remove fairly easily, don't force them as they may break. Use the knife on the cabinet side and pry toward the center of the screen.

The tear on the inner screen may be best left as is.

lexan would be better than plexi as it is tougher, but try to get anti-glare if possible. Anti-glare plexi would be better than regular lexan.

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Screen removal


Screen Removal
There are two types of screens used on this chassis.
Model 1 - with one piece frame around screen.
1. Remove the front grill cloth assembly and remove four
(4) screws along the bottom of the screen frame.
2. Pull out slightly on the bottom of the screen frame and lift
up and out on the top of the screen frame (and screen) to
remove.
Model 2 - with wood piece securing top of screen.
1. Remove the screw access cover plug from each side (near
top) of the TV and remove one screw from each side.
2. Pull up on the wooden strip and remove.
3. The screen can now be lifted out of the tracks and
removed.

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Moving Information


Poczekaj, not a good idea to break it down, screen assembly is veery fragile when not installed into the set, best thing to do is rent a refridgerator type dolly, wrap the front of the set with blankets and then put the dolly under the side of the tv, winch up the strap and with 2 people walk it up the stairs, one pulling the dolly the other person at the other end to push upwards, slow and easy and you`ll have no problem, if hauling in a pick-up it MUST be winched down to the bed or it will fall, (been there done that :) hope this is what you needed, more questions? feel free to e-mail me back, Happy Holidays, BMW Rider

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