Question about Toshiba 43H70 43" Rear Projection Television
Blown out by an electrical surge ,I was told by Sears not to repair it,as it would cost $2000.and next year it is obsolete, totally.Gio
There are three picture tubes in a projection set.
Remove the front screen and you can see the 3 lenses. There is a steel frame they are mounted to and you will see bolts around that frame. remove all the bolts and lift the complete assm. up. Disconnect all wires to the yoaks and picture tubes and lift the tubes and lenses out. then you can separate the tubs from the lenses.. be carefull as there is a coolant between the projo lenses and the tubes. this stuff is messy so don't do it on you front room carpet. If you get the coolant on you was it off with Windex
Posted on Jun 20, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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