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Replacing the Hitachi 50V720 TV lamp

When it’s time for a new Hitachi 50V720 TV lamp, use this guide to help you through the installation. End of life Your Hitachi 50V720 TV lamp is a easy to install. The Hitachi 50V720 needs a Hitachi UX21517 TV

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The solution to white dots on the Mitsubishi WD-73738 is a new 4719-001997 DLP Chip!

Solve the white death syndrome on your Mitsubishi WD-73738 screen with our step-by-step-guide! Usually this problems starts off with a few star-shaped dots that gets progressively worse until the screen is unwatchable. Known as the white death syndrome, this problem is

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Consumer Alert: The dangers of counterfeit projector lamps

The dangers of counterfeit projector lamps are very real. Counterfeit projector lamps may seem like quite the bargain. Would you compromise your health and risk your eyesight for the sake of a few dollars? Using counterfeit, knock-off projector or rear-projector

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Mitsubishi white death can be solved for under $230

White dots on your screen? Here’s how to solve them. You’ve settled  down to watch TV when you notice white star-like clusters on the screen. It’s not dust and it’s not a problem with the brightness.  It’s the white death

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Samsung TV white death problem can be solved for under $230

You’ve settled  down to watch TV when you notice white star-like clusters on the screen. It’s not dust and it’s not the brightness. Those white dots–the white death problem– mean only one thing– a worn out DMD chip. The solution

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The affordable solution to white dot syndrome on your DLP TV

White dots, white snow or sparkling stars on your DLP TV mean only one thing – a worn out DMD chip. The white dot syndrome seems to happen when the DLP TVs have been in use anywhere from two to five

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Class-Action Lawsuit Settlement Makes Toshiba Pay For Bad DLP TV Lamps

If you haven’t heard, Toshiba is being forced to give out refunds through a class-action settlement that claims Toshiba knowingly misrepresented the life of their proprietary, direct current, DLP lamps, which we all know to be extremely short compared with

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Panasonic TY-LA1001 Lamp Replacement Manual

The Panasonic TY-LA1001 is one of the rarest enclosures in the entire DLP market to find. The same applies to the manual, so we are very proud to offer all of our visitors the replacement manual for the TY-LA1001, enjoy.

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Help with a malfunctioning Samsung DLP

I have a Sammy HLP5063W that is about 4-5 years old.  It is definitely within the timeframe for the lamp to go.  My wife was watching the TV the other day and it stopped working.  She described it as “all

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New retrofit Phillips lamp (for BP96-00674A) not as bright or as much color contrast?

Well I installed a DM Lamp kit (replacement for BP96-00674A), a E22 100/120W 1.0 lamp + adapter and the bright ness was significantly reduced and the colors were much more tepid, lack lustre, like an old movie.  WHat is going

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