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Picture seems to be alot darker than before. toshiba 62hm95

Tv was working fine, than one day i turned it on and the picture just seems to be darker than before. Called a tv repair shop and they say that it might be the lamp going in the tv. Thats fine but the tv is only one year old and i can't see the lamp needing to be replaced yet. If the lamp was broken i shouldn't be getting a picture at all you would think? I'm not to sure though. If anybody could help me it would be appreciated.

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I just replaced a lamp in a Sony LCD projection that was just over a year old and it was bad. It was a VERY dim picture. You have a DLP but, in either case a dim or dark picture is almost always caused by the lamp.

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