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Hey..


I bought a used SONY VPL-SC50U that has been discontinued by SONY.


The projecter displays a yellow symmetrical image on the screen in the dead center and is quite large. From the research that I've done, it seems to be the Blue IN Polarizing Filter. I cannot get it serviced through SONY, so how would I go about locating the part? I've seen people describing them as polarizers, polarizing plates, etc.. and ive extensivley searched for all the terminology I've come across.


Am I looking for the right part? .. and if its so common to burn the blue polarizer, where on earth can you find a replacement?


Thank you for your time!

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If it's been discontinued then I doubt you find one. Of course you can check distributors for old stock, but I don't think polarizers is normally a stock item.


Yes, they get burned spots lots of times and have to be replaced. There has been lots of talk about that and maybe some improvements with newer ones.


I doubt you find a generic version but could look for the same model that was junked for other reasons and take one out. It looks like a tinted piece of glass, or all of the ones I've seen does.
 
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