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Question for those of you with LCD projectors -

Discussion in 'HDTV Equipment (Closed Forum)' started by scooper, Jul 11, 2005.

  1. scooper

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    Question for those of you with LCD projectors -

    I have a friend who has a largescreen LCD projector tyhat has a spider living in the TV. How do you get it out ?


    TIA
     
  2. ntexasdude

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    Q. How do you catch a unique spider?

    A. Unique up on him.


    :lol:
     
  3. cadet502

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    I have the extended service that includes bulbs, cleaning, and adjusting.

    I would consider that "cleaning"
     
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  5. lazaruspup

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    Are you speaking of a front or rear-projection unit...? If it is rear projection I would suggest calling a certified tech out and getting them to open the tv up and remove your little friend. This is actually quite a normal occurence to get "individuals" moving into your rear projection unit. If it is a front projection unit, check for warranty labels(the little pieces of tape that cover screw holes etc. to show you voided your warranty). IF there is none and you can find online advice for the particular model, open it up and blow it out good with a can of compressed air or a bicycle pump nozzle. If this isn't possible, the unit will have to be sent in for repair. I own a Sanyo PLV-Z2 and Sanyo actually recommends opening up your unit every 90-180 days and dusting the debris out, so if your manufacturer is cool with it, go for it.
     

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