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If the gun barrel is dark, use a grey or silver paint marker to put the check mark on the rifle, but if the barrel is light colored, a black permanent marker should work fine. If you ever need to take the mark black off, come back and ask how (for free again, of course)!
looke my friend black lines have many reasons on of various reasons rollers in fusing unit may be scratched if it like that use marker black pen and put pen in spots of scratch area sconde reason pcr primary charge roller and scanner filter
was a pen or crayon placed in the machine by mistake ? You will need to remove the residue, use rubbing alcohol on a rag for marker or pen ink , crayon use a razor scraper and then clenser and scrunge pad.
Thanks for your reply. The only thing that causes marks like that is usually the glue that holds the lenticular screen and the fresnal lens together heats up and drips (or slides) down. There is usually a strip of black tape that seals the two pieces of thin, glass sheets. This allows for easier installation and keeps debris from getting between screen and lens, however, someone overlooked the elements of heat and aging on this tape.The screen and lens can either be replaced or disassembled and cleaned. They are very expensive, (a few hundred dollars each), and disassembly can be very tedious. One caution I must give you is to make sure if you seperate the screen and lens make sure they go back together facing the same way. Try to clean only with warm water and a few drops of a very mild cleanser like dawn. If all else fails, you can buy a used screen sometimes from a local factory authorized service center. Occasionally they save the ones that are in decent shape. I have one 57" screen here in cincinnati that would work. Good luck, Russmann.
You can use a samsung colour wheel on the Sagems (Part no.BP96-00250AT) and remove it from the Samsung mounting. There is a black 'flag' on the motor body that tells the TV where the colour wheel is. This is different on the sagem but you can just peel it off and draw a mark with a permanent marker pen in the same position as the old unit. I've replaced mine on HD-D45 recently. Works perfectly
What you are decsribing sounds like your picture tube or tubes have been scored (permanent burn marks on the picture tube phosphor). The sure way to tell is to remove the front screen and look into each of the three lenses while the set is on. You will see a black image of your pen mark within the picture. Did you recently have problems with convergence or the set shutting down (turing off by itself for no resaon) ?