Question about Philips 51PW9303 51" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready Television
The coolant is clear ethylene glycol and can be purchased at any electronic parts store or online. Look up "projection tube coolant". Usually you can get by with only changing the liquid in the blue and green tubes, and be prepared for a messy job. You'll need a small bucket to drain the tubes into and make sure to pour a straight stream to avoid liquid getting into lenses. Just take your time and this repair is very simple to accomplish. Also, I use a marker all the way down the side of the tube and on mounting frame to assure that I don't get it turned around when reinstalling. Make sure you clean inside of coolant chamber thoroughly. Good luck, Russmann.
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