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WD-62525 part #915P026010

Where can i find this part (light engine?) #915P026010 ???? and how much does it cost?

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Hi,
Part number ( #915P026010 ) you wrote is called Lamp (bulb) of Mitsubishi DLP TV.
This part is available on Parts Store approx on $200
Thank you.


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