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Panasonic Et-lae900 Projector Lamp - 130w Uhm - 2000 Hour


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Brand NamePanasonic
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions7.1 x 5.9 x 5.5 inches
Item model numberET-LAE900
Manufacturer Part NumberET-LAE900
  
Additional Information
ASINB000HCL5ZK
Best Sellers Rank #145,336 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableMay 22, 2004
  
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COMPATIBILITY: PTAE900U

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It took many days longer than advertised to ship the lamp. So paying for extra shipping was meaningless. But, they refunded the shipping fee so that was fine.

When the lamp got here, it looked fine and I put it in the projector. But, it wouldn't close at all. It was like it didn't fit in the space of the old lamp. Carefully comparing the old lamp and the new lamp revealed that the new lamp had a piece of plastic wedged in a mounting hole. Looking at the projector there was a plastic post of the same shape as part of the projector housing. So, the 'new' lamp had been ripped out of an old projector and took a piece of the old projector with it! I got out a drill and made the 'new' lamp look like the one I was replacing. Then I put it in and it worked. So, it wasn't a 'new' lamp, it was a 'used' lamp!! I complained and they refunded my money altogether. So, there it is. I have a lamp, it works, it got here late and I needed a drill to fix it, who knows how long it was used before I got it. But, it was free--- sort of......
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