Question about Toshiba TP55F80/81 55" Rear Projection Television

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Lenticular screen I am looking to order lenticular screen but I couldn't found it any where, Can you please help where to order one?

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  • AllmeisJ Oct 17, 2007

    I have TP55F80

  • leora_g Oct 20, 2008

    Toshiba 50A10 51in. Rear Projection Television



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Don't know if a fix is still needed, but I ordered a replacement screen through a Toshiba dealer and received it within a week.

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