Question about Mitsubishi VS-50705 50" Rear Projection Television
Where do a purchase a new screen and how do I replace the screen myself?
First, which screen do you need -
The lenticular screen is dark in color is rough and has ridges.
There is a fresnel screen behind it.
IF you have a screen protector that is smooth, clear and see through, it would be the very first screen you can see and feel.
If your TV is the square shaped, 4:3 ratio TV, Mitsubishi has probably stopped production on replacement lenticular screens. HOWEVER, we have a couple of those screens still in stock.
After you take the frame off, lay it on a table or put a sheet down on the floor before you lay the frame down. You may need to take the frame apart to get the lenticular screen out.
Hope that helps,
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
Good Day, nj;
The best place to get part is from the factory. Replacing the screen is very simple. Remove speaker grill, then you will find some screws at bottom of screen assembly, remove. Then remove attached cables, then remove screen assembly by pulling out and up at same time.
Good Luck, big IRISH.
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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