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I have a 73" Mitsubishi DLP t.v., purchased 09/22/09 Model

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I have a 73" Mitsubishi DLP t.v., purchased 09/22/09 Model No WD73737 with 5 yr PVNE2 that has hundreds of black & white spots on the screen. Can this be repaired and what would the approximate cost be?
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: TV
Expert:  Shahid replied 2 years ago.

Hello, my name is*****'ll be happy to assist you.

This kind of problem occurs due to failing DLP (DMD) chip mounted on circuit board on light engine as this chip generates an image that projected on TV front screen through light engine and lamp is light source for this projection system.

Replacement of DLP chip will help to resolve the problem, please check following link to view DLP chip image and price info and TV tech may charge $200 plus as labor to get it replaced in TV..

You may please use following link to get list of TV repair shops in area which will help to get repair quote...

I trust my input will help you out. Please feel free to respond if you have any additional questions.
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Expert:  Shahid replied 2 years ago.

Hi there,

I wanted to briefly follow up with you and see how the info worked, and see if that accomplished what you were looking to do!

Please reply back here if there is additional questions.

Thank you.