Tag: DMD DLP chip

White dots on the Samsumg 50A650C1FXZA means the DLP chip needs replacing Replace your Samsung 50A650C1FXZA DLP chip for under $300 and get rid of those white dots. Note: These instructions can also be used for the following Samsung models:   …

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Replace the DMD Chip to solve white death White dots, white snow or sparkling stars on your DLP TV means only one thing – white death syndrome cause by a worn out DMD chip. The white death syndrome seems to …

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Solving the DLP TV white dot problem White dots, white snow or sparkling stars on your DLP TV mean only one thing – a worn out DMD chip. The DLP TV white dot problem seems to happen after two to five years – …

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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 Mitsubishi white …

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White death problem can be solved with a new DMD chip 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– …

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