Dots Be Gone - How I Repaired Our Mitsubishi DLP TV

Dots Be Gone - How I Repaired Our Mitsubishi DLP TV

This is my video recording of me repairing our Mitsubishi DLP TV, which was given as a gift from my wife's uncle (very much appreciate it, thanks!). He figured I could fix it. Well, this video shows what I did to finally fix the white and black dots on the TV screen (when it was turned on), which was to replace the DLP projector chip inside of the light engine with a new chip. Feel free to leave comments. I am very interested in what you have to say. The link to the items suggested in our videos, including the new DLP projector chip for your Mitsubishi TV is: https://www.amazon.com/shop/greattweets2go To learn more about DLP TV technology, go to https://youtu.be/U7nxmICR4mg The video that helped get me to get the knowledge (and courage) to fix our Mitsubishi DLP TV is at https://youtu.be/JgiZdc4kZDw Feel free to follow this twitter account: https://twitter.com/Greattweets2go We have a Pinterest page you might want to check out at https://www.pinterest.com/classicmanjq/ We also have a blog you might be interested in at http://jqinteresting.blogspot.com The following music from the Youtube Audio Library was used for this video: RESPECOGNIZE Diamond Ortiz Honeybar Rondo Brothers Race Car Rondo Brothers Ubiquitous Diamond Ortiz Dollar Dub Midnight North Side Steppin Otis McDonald Complicate ya Otis McDonald Love Now Eveningland Nightingale Eveningland Ladybug Quincas Moreira Operatic 3 Vibe Mountain Renegade Jubilee The Whole Other Toe Jam Diamond Ortiz Trophy Wife Rondo Brothers Cubic Z Diamond Ortiz Hi Q Diamond Ortiz Echoes Yung Logos Aimless Amos Rondo Brothers Bird Road Density & Time Echinoderm Regeneration Jingle Punks Pressure Otis McDonald

EASY Common TV Repair for DLP !!!

EASY Common TV Repair for DLP !!!

DiY How to Fix TV picture screen on DLP, Common TV Repair for DLP HDTV, tv symptoms are red blinking / flashing light, white, black, spots, dots, colors, vertical, horizontal lines DLP Service guide, Click to find your DLP TV parts: http://bit.ly/ShopJimmyDLPChip1 "COMMON FAILS" "white dots" "white spots" best place to Find the correct TV parts DMD boards & Chips Common fix for, MITSUBISHI, SAMSUNG, SONY, SANYO, LG, TOSHIBA, DLP TV REPAIR SERVICES VIDEO no service menu codes needed cause it is hardware problem not software so restore resetting won't work also this fix does not apply to Plasma, LED, LCD TVs, Bad "DLP Chips" "red blinking led light" common for these models wega 3LCD, SXRD, SXRD2, XBR2, XBR1, HL, HLT, KDS, WD, WD-52525, WD-52725, WD-52825, WD-52825G, WD-62525, WD-62725, WD-62825, WD-62825G, WD-52327, WD-62327, WD-52628, WD-62628, WD-52631, WD-57731, WD-57732, WD-65731, WD-65732, WD-Y57, WD-Y65, WD-73732, WD-57831, WD-65831, WD-73831, "optical block" "light engine" "light engine" "dmd boards" "dlp reset" "white dots" "how to fix dlp tv" "how to fix white dots" "how to fix white spots" "how to fix dlp screen"

Samsung/Mitsubishi/Toshiba DLP TV Repair - Black & White Dots on TV - How to Replace DLP Chip

Samsung/Mitsubishi/Toshiba DLP TV Repair - Black & White Dots on TV - How to Replace DLP Chip

Help Replacing your DLP Chip on your Samsung/Mitsubishi/Toshiba DLP TV. Purchase a NEW DLP Chip CLICK HERE: http://www.shopjimmy.com/dlp-chips Grab a DLP Chip Installation Kit -- http://bit.ly/DLPChipKit The Kit includes: - 1 thermal pad - 1 poly glove - 1 lint-free microfiber cloth Common DLP TV Problems for DLP Chip Replacement: •  Black & White Dots (Specks, Spots) •  Stuck Picture (Display) •  Broken, Stuck Mirrors This video is designed to be a guide for testing and troubleshooting your TV repair. Please note that other complications may exist that aren't addressed in this guide. While we always strive to provide accurate and detailed information, we can't guarantee that it will fix your TV's issues. *Warranty and shipping prices may vary. Please see product page on our website for more information!* ..................................................................................... Disclaimer: WARNING! Please make sure that your TV is unplugged, and that you are properly grounded. There are various ways to ground yourself, but the most common way is to use a grounding wrist strap. Take photos and notes often to help remember the location orientation of the parts and wires. And feel free to pause and backtrack through this tutorial as much as needed. What is a DLP Chip? DLP chips contain millions of microscopic mirrors. Each mirror can turn towards the lens to reflect light at an exact location on the TV screen, or turn away to help create darker tones. This technology combined with a color wheel allows for rich tones and dark blacks to appear on a DLP screen. It is common for a mirror or mirrors within the chip to get stuck in either the on or off position. When this occurs, fixed white and/or black dots will appear on your screen. These dots will not move across your screen or blink at any time. Unfortunately you cannot release the mirrors once they are stuck. In order to resolve the issue you will need to replace your DLP chip. Most of the time these stuck mirrors can be viewed by the naked eye. Lets take a look at a few DLP chips of varying quality. Here we have an undamaged DLP chip. It has a perfect reflection. And does not display any dots on the screen. This is what a damaged DLP chip typically looks like. Upon close inspection you can see little specks of reflection. These are are mirrors stuck in the ON position. In most cases, not that many of the mirrors will be stuck. Should your DLP screen be plagued with little white specks, your DLP chip will look something like this piece of sparkly art. It looks like pretty much all of the mirrors are stuck in various positions. Now that we've explained both symptom and cause, let's go find that DLP chip and replace it! Part Location: The DLP chip is located within the light engine or optical engine. Please make sure that your TV is unplugged, and that you are properly grounded. There are various ways to ground yourself, but the most common way is to use a grounding wrist strap. Take photos and notes often to help remember the location and orientation of the parts and wires. DLP chips contain millions of microscopic mirrors. Each mirror can turn towards the lens to reflect light at an exact location on the TV screen, or turn away to help create darker tones. This technology combined with a color wheel allows for rich tones and dark blacks to appear on a DLP screen. It is common for a mirror or mirrors within the chip to get stuck in either the on or off position. When this occurs, fixed white and/or black dots will appear on your screen. These dots will not move across your screen or blink at any time. Unfortunately you cannot release the mirrors once they are stuck. In order to resolve the issue you will need to replace your DLP chip. Most of the time these stuck mirrors can be viewed by the naked eye. Lets take a look at a few DLP chips of varying quality. Here we have an undamaged DLP chip. It has a perfect reflection. And does not display any dots on the screen. This is what a damaged DLP chip typically looks like. Upon close inspection you can see little specks of reflection. These are are mirrors stuck in the ON position. In most cases, not that many of the mirrors will be stuck. Should your DLP screen be plagued with little white specks, your DLP chip will look something like this piece of sparkly art. It looks like pretty much all of the mirrors are stuck in various positions. Now that we've explained both symptom and cause, let's go find that DLP chip and replace it! © 2014 ShopJimmy.com, LLC.

How to Fix Picture problem - DLP TV Review

How to Fix Picture problem - DLP TV Review

How to Fix No Video picture Screen Samsung or Mitsubishi or Sony DLP TV Review How to install Lamp Bulb for DLP television repair service video tutorial service tech support numbers below Priority Service: Sony tv help 239-768-7547 Mitsubishi- phone: 800.332.2119 Samsung-1-800-SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864) Samsung-1-800-SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864)

REPLACING MITSUBISHI TV DLP CHIP FIXING BLACK AND WHITES DOTS

REPLACING MITSUBISHI TV  DLP CHIP  FIXING BLACK AND WHITES DOTS

http://bit.ly/ShopJimmyDLPChip3 CHECK LINK ABOVE FOR DLP CHIP DO THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK --I AM JUST A GUY WHO JUST DID THIS TO SAVE MONEY .. BE VERY CAREFUL WHEN REMOVING THE COLOR WHEEL --THERE IS A BRITTLE CABLE THAT WILL BREAK VERY EASILY IF YOU MOVE IT TO MUCH..IF IT BREAK YOU WILL HAVE TO REPLACE THE COLOR WHEEL WITH HOUSING--$65.16-- CALL 877) 881-6492 / sales@shopjimmy.com Repair the "white dot" issue on your DLP TV.. My model was the MITSUBISHI WD-73735 73" 3D DLP Home Cinema TV 90 pounds HDMI-PC Compatiblity With picture performance that outpaces today's smaller flat panels Took less than 30 minutes

Mitsubishi DLP TV Repair - TV is Blinking - How to Identify Blink Codes & Fix DLP TVs

Mitsubishi DLP TV Repair - TV is Blinking - How to Identify Blink Codes & Fix DLP TVs

Mitsubishi DLP TV Blinking Codes - Problems and issues explained for blinking codes Click Here to BUY TV PARTS: http://www.shopjimmy.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=mitsubishi+dlp&utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=mitsubishiDLP&utm_campaign=mitsubishiDLP This video is designed to be a guide for testing and troubleshooting your TV repair. Please note that other complications may exist that aren't addressed in this guide. While we always strive to provide accurate and detailed information, we can't guarantee that it will fix your TV's issues. Mitsubishi Blinking Codes Constant Green - TV is Powered On Constant Red - Lamp Failure Constant Yellow - DMD temp is very high Blinking Yellow - Lamp cover is open 1 Red Blink, 6 Yellow Blinks - Color Wheel Failure 3 Red Blinks, 4 Yellow Blinks - Lamp Failure 3 Red Blinks, 6 Yellow Blinks - Exhaust Fan Not Working 3 Red Blinks, 7 Yellow Blinks - DMD Fan is not rotating 5 Red Blinks, 7 Yellow Blinks - Ballast Problem 6 Red Blinks, 6 Yellow Blinks - Lamp Missing, Bad Cable between lamp and ballast Today we are going to look at the error codes for Mitsubishi DLP TVs. If the status LED shows a consistent green light it means that the power is on, on the TV. If the status LED shows a steady red that means the lamp has failed and will need to be replaced. If the status LED shows a steady yellow, that means the DMD temperature has gotten too hot. If the status LED is blinking yellow, that means the lamp cover is open. If the status LED is blinking red and then blinks yellow, that means you will need to follow that code to find the problem with the TV. We will now look at those error codes and go over the different diagnosis for each code. The error codes go based on the number of red blinks and then yellow blinks. For example if you have 3 red blinks and seven yellow blinks, the error code number will be 37. The first code is 1 6. 1 red blink and six yellow blinks. The most likely problem will be that the color wheel has failed. Another common code would be 34. 3 red blinks and 4 yellow blinks. Some common symptoms for the 34 code would be the lamp turns off while the TV is playing or the lamp fails and will not turn on. The most likely cause for this is that the lamp has failed and will need to be replaced. Lamp code 36 would be 3 red blnks and 6 yellow blinks. For this the most common symptom would be that the exhaust fan is not rotating. You will want to check your exhaust fan to see if it has any loose connections or anything blocking the fan. The next code is 37. 3 red blinks and 7 yellow blinks. This code shows that the DMD fan is not rotating. You will want to check the DMD fan to be sure that it is clean and has nothing blocking it from rotating. The next code would be 57, that is 5 red blinks and 7 yellow blinks. This code, 57 shows a ballast problem. Most likely the ballast has failed and you will need to replace it. The last code would be 66. That is 6 red blinks and 6 yellow blinks. The description would be that there is no lamp in the TV or a disconnected cable between the ballast and lamp. To fix this, you will want to replace the lamp and check that the connections between the lead wire and the lamp are good. Thank you for watching one of our many tutorials here at ShopJimmy.com. We strive to learn and share new TV tips everyday. Subscribe to our YouTube channel and grow with us. Share our videos with your friends and help us spread the savings. TV Repair Made Easy™ © 2013 ShopJimmy.com, LLC.

Light Tunnel Shadow Adjustment Repair Fix On Mitsubishi DLP TV WD 73727 73732 73927 73827

Light Tunnel Shadow Adjustment Repair Fix On Mitsubishi DLP TV WD 73727 73732 73927 73827

Find the correct TV part for your TV and more at ShopJimmy.com Click Here: http://bit.ly/ShopJimmy I adjust the light tunnel to correct for a shadow on the left side of the picture on my own Mitsubishi 73 inch DLP TV. The light tunnel in my set had drifted out of alignment over the past 2 years. This adjustment will work unless you have a defective or damaged light tunnel. Also this will work on other brands of DLP TV's. This set has had the aluminium tape mod done to it almost 3 years ago and have not had any color problems since.

Mitsubishi dlp shadow fix light tunnel

Mitsubishi dlp shadow fix light tunnel

This a quick overview on how to fix the shadow on your TV.

Why your DLP TV keeps blowing Lamps every 3-6 months

Why your DLP TV keeps blowing Lamps every 3-6 months

https://bigdogelectronics.net/collections/for-techs Why does your DLP TV keeps blowing Lamps every 3-6 months? Alot of technical research and technicians would say that its your Lamp Ballast. Reality would say that 85% of the time its your Fans inside of the TV. You must clean All the fans inside the Television to preserve the life of the new lamp that you just replaced.

How to replace the lamp in your Mitsubishi TV

How to replace the lamp in your Mitsubishi TV

Your Mitsubishi television is powered in part by a 180 watt lamp that illuminates your TV's vivid colors. This lamp is designed to last a long time, but to maintain an image as crisp as the day you took the TV out of the box, you'll eventually have to replace it. We designed the TV so that anyone with a Phillips head screwdriver and a few spare minutes can easily remove the old lamp and install a new one. Watch below for step-by-step instructions on replacing the lamp as well as tips for extending your lamp's life.

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