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Old 17th October 2021, 10:13 AM
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Default Durst M800 Green screen/filter

Hi everyone. This is my first post as a new member.

I've just bought a working Durst M800, however the "green screen" or "green filter" (I have two versions of the manual and they each name it differently) is missing. The previous owner said it was missing when he bought it and he used a piece of cardboard - which is not tight-fitting and leaks light.

It's the (presumably) plastic dark plate on the head that has a criss-cross pattern. What is it for? Is it green and what it it's function?

Can I just replace it with a suitable piece of black plastic?
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