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50''dlp had to replace the lamp, picture not as good as before

My cable company has a little box the the cable plugs into an out let could that be the problem. I went to unplug that and my tv made a horrible noise like when the tube just blew. so i replaced the tube, and now the picture aint as good as before. the tube i baught they say is an original samsung lamp.

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Ok what you should do is to check in the old lamp the part number and who made it. dont believe what some sellers try to envolve, if you dont have that info check with tv model what part really is missing.......saludos

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