Question about Mitsubishi WD-73734 73" Television
Your tv is a DLP projection one. In it the image is generated by projecting light on a chip that is covered in tiny mirrors that reflect more or less the light towards the screen. In your case some of those tiny mirrors are no longer controlled - they are immobile and reflect fully the light so you get a white spot on the screen.
The DMD chip that holds the mirrors is dying and you will have to replace it. This is the only place i could find that claims to have it on stock. You can also go thru Ebay, in there you will find second-hand ones extracted from defective tv's.
It's installation is strictly a job for a person with great tv repair experience - too many thins can go wrong in there if the job is not done properly.
Posted on Sep 15, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Try to re align the antenna of your t.v but if nothings happen Try to contact a t.v technician maybe your t.v has a problem with the picture tube
Posted on Jul 01, 2011
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