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any info appreciated rptv issue
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daniel22
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 23, 2006 2:10 am    Post subject: any info appreciated rptv issue Reply with quote

i was cleaning my tv and took the screen off to clean the mirror and i ripped the screen that has the ridges on it, i called the manufacturer to buy a replacement screen and they was 0 help because i dont know the model number " label was peeled off long ago" it does still have the replacement part numbers for the screen sticker on it but apparently that was no help to the rep i spoke to. i heard you could swap that screen for almost any other projection tv screen as long as its the same size or bigger "can be cut down" anyonw know where to buy one if not from the manufacturer. since they wont sell me one
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