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Cracked Lenticular Screen

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  1. Does anybody know:

    1) How to get a Pioneer PN#AMR2559 for a SPD5075K (lenticular screen),
    or a similar replacement (I hear you can sub from another maker)
    2) How to replace it from the set?
     
  2. Shop all your local TV repair shops for the same size or larger screen,
    which can be cut to size.
    Each TV is different, so you must figure out how to remove the front
    frame and screen assembly. Some snap off from the front while others
    screw on from the rear inside. Then you must seperate the two screens.
    The inner part is a lens which can not be substituted with a different
    paart. The outer lenticular screen is virtually the same on all rear
    projectors and can be subbed from any brand/model. The screens will be
    screwed together within a frame, or maybe even taped together on some
    models.
     
  3. Glen

    Glen Guest

    You sure about that last part? I thought the pitch of a lenticular
    screen had to be matched to the radial cut of the Fresnel lens,
    or else image distortion could result. At least that's what our
    Sony repair dude told us.
     
  4. Art

    Art Guest

    Depending on your wallet and the critical nature of your viewing. Other
    lenticulars may be subbed without noticeable loss of quality. However, for
    best detail you may want to consider getting the original items. BTW have
    the fresnal been damaged also or just a crack in the lenticular?
     
  5. Andy Cuffe

    Andy Cuffe Guest

    I tried this once, but there was an interference pattern between the
    lines in the lenticular screen and the fresnel lens.
    Andy Cuffe

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    <-- Use this address after 12/31/2005
     
  6. If you are swapping for a used screen, why not just swapp them together?

    Leonard
     
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