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    Lightbulb TV bug

    I have a problem with my rear projection tv. There is a spider crawling up the screen, on the inside :D
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    "Objects on the screen are larger than they appear"

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    RAID!!!!!!!! :p
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    haha ... RAID yes ... or insect trap in the projector !!! :D
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    i had the same thing happen to my lcd rear projection happen last summer. Haven't seen the little bugger for a quite awhile ...think he might have starved in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayman_1975
    ...think he might have starved in there.
    As I only saw him crawl by 3 times this weekend. I will probably leave him in there, rather than tear apart my tv. :)

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    Play Starship Troopers. That'll scare him away.

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    He wondering when you are turning off the lights / TV.

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    You need to read your manual, that spider eats the chromo-bug, leave it alone.

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    It should die in about a weeks time.
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    But hey, good times right! Good luck with that.

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    I had the same thing and took the screen off to clean him out.
    I found that I needed clean anyway.
    What a difference that made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reeltrouble1
    chroma-bug.

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    Ted, I believe that went over many heads around here. I call it the generation gap thing, where the younger ones never experienced what you have in your time.

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