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I have the yellow tint circle in center of picture from a burning out polarizer filter..where can i get parts and instructions on how to swap it out. it's a PT-AX 100U,. but also have a friend with the same problem on his 200u .i have the shop manuals for both.

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  • eloyinfla Nov 12, 2010

    NO..I have a PC and have found all the related post..what i need is a name of a supplier.and phone number of where i can buy the polarize-rs and a step by step on how to change them.

    I found the shop manuals so now all i need is a retail supplier.

  • eloyinfla Nov 12, 2010

    thanks they new of the problem but cant help, it seems that with out disassembling the projector there’s no way of knowing what filter is burned out..one cost 100.00 the other is 800.00. a new projector cost 999.00..but any ways thanks you got me the number that i could not find. but cant help but wonder being this is such a common problem that they.( the repair place) do know what polarizing filter it is. and im sure the answer is out there some where.

  • eloyinfla Nov 12, 2010

    thanks they new of the problem but cant help it seems that with out disassembling the projector there?s no way of knowing what filter is burned out..one cost 100.00 the other is 800.00. a new projector cost 999.00..but any ways thanks you got me the number that i could not find. but cant help but wonder being this is such a common problem that they.( the repair place) Do know what polarizing filter it is. and im sure the answer is out there some where.

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I think maybe that you should read this forum about your projector. And let me know it if helps you out! Thanks!
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/archive/index.php/t-1166504.html

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    Rodney Clark Nov 12, 2010

    Sorry. I thought that the post might help you. I will find a supplier and get right back to you.

  • Rodney Clark
    Rodney Clark Nov 12, 2010

    (913) 685-8855 They have the part that you are wanting.

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