DIY Repairs?

fabben

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I'm about to receive my new Infocus IN76, today. Which means I have an old, slightly duff Infocus 5700.

My first thought was to flog it on ebay for a "buy now price" of £50. But then I thought, why not have a go at fixing it myself, I've got nothing to loose.

Has anyone every tried doing their own repairs? And where would you go for spares. I'm guess is that colour wheel is faulty. So I might take a look inside, when I get home from work.

Any thoughts?

Fabben
 

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