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I have a Mitsubishi WD65733 it had the white dots all over the screen. I replaced the DLP chip and that fixed it for a few minutes then the screen went bright white. Now when I turn it on the screen is just bright white. Please assist.

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Hello, the main chip in the "light engine" has gone bad. Mitsubishi had a program that they were sending out the chip at no charge, but wouldn't pay the labor of changing it. I don't know if they still have that program going, but you might want to contact them. tks

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