Rory Poldclay: Notice he is wearing gloves people. other fools in other videos aren't!
Andre Bynum: Why does my 73 inch Mitsubishi rear projection TV have red dots on half the screen. HELP
Greg Cunningham: i replaced my chip and now i have lines going up and down my screen side to side please help
Steve Jobs: Во, человек в перчатках работает, не то что в СРАНОЙ РАШКЕ!
Bob Trach: Just replaced mine on a mit 73833. I thought it was a good idea to try to turn on the tv without the back plastic cover. You need to install the back cover for the tv to work.
Anthony Rodriguez: Update: 12/22/13. The repair was a sucess and only took about 15 minutes.Also got some more info from the repairman. The chip was made by Texas Instruments and there was a bad batch. Mitsubishi, so far, is the only company to have worked out a deal for replacement. Apparently the chip contains a lot of mirrors & the black and white dots from the mirrors reflecting/not reflection light at the correct time. This chip was installed in a variety of brands of dlp sets.
Anthony Rodriguez: I called Mitsubishi customer service 3 days ago. There is a known issue with the chip. My TV is just over 5 years old and the warranty just expired a few months ago - Model WD-65735. Their solution was very fair. They covered the cost of the chip if i agreed to pay $200. The customer rep, while i was on hold, contacted a local repair shop for me. I was told to wait up to two weeks to get a call from the shop. About a half hour after calling i got a call from the repair shop. They will be out later today to fix my TV. 800.332.2119. Just have you model and serial number handy.
Nani Sore ღ: Be quiet you pickle-puffing god-loving hillbilly.
TheMafarcofos: Would a tv repair shop know how to do this? Or am i better off doing it my self?
Rocquelle: where did you buy your chip
Rocquelle: so you will need to replace the chip and the lamp
gshockresistant: Make sure you put the back cover on before turning on or else the tv won't power on and you will think that you broke the tv while installing the DMD chip. There is a safety switch that prevents the tv from turning on without the back cover on.
Jose De La Torre: how do I order the chip?
brandon david: So...you HAD the parts FREE from Mitsubishi because of the known problem? AND then you decided to pay somebody $200.00 to unscrew some screws and put the part in? LMAO....video of how to do is right here...you're watching it.
ega0117: Do u really need a power drill????
berzerk0912: Why didn't he use a thermal paste on that DMD chip before he put the heatsink back on? That chip is going to have a short life span like the one before it.
Hilario Penaloza: I have a 1910-6103w. can that be swapped with a 1910-6145 chip?
dhlamar: I have the 60 inch DLP and I had white dots on half the screen on only my HD channels (otr and cable). I rarely use this TV and when I went to look at it about a month later the problem disapeared and this was about 7 months ago and it hasn't reapeared.
D Johnson: Completed in 30 minutes!!!! Thanks
Jody Glass: great video just replace mine for 150 bucks, dots were so bad u could hardly see the left side of screen, now its like a brand new tv! thx for the video you rock
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