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Re: Mitsubishi Lamp is OUT
If the model you have listed your problem against is true for you, then you have a CRT set on your hands. Can you confirm model please. It does not have any lamps. You would also be hard pressed repair this set if you were not familar with television or electronic repairs. If you were just testing my ability to inform you correctly...did I pass the test
Replacing the DLP Lamp is actually pretty easy, all you'll need is a
screwdriver, gloves, wire cutters and the new Lamp. Now the exact steps
you take all depend on what brand and model you have, so I can't tell
you exactly how to install it over the internet. However, if you
haven't already bought your new lamp replacement, I suggest getting one
from DLP Lamps.com. Each order comes
with easy to follow instructions and even gloves! And if you get lost
during the installation process you can call them up and they will walk
you through it step-by-step. Hope this helps!
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I'm sorry, but your looking at an Optical Block Assembly which also includes the DM module. Latest figures are approximately $650.00 to replace. I would have called a service tech out to properly diagnose the problem first. Please let me know if you have any other questions.
this is most likely just a lamp issue this lamps a made to last a average life span of 2-3 years of use replacing the lamp should fix your problem that is the first thing to replace in this cases here are few good online stores that have the lamp you need
We're under a service plan and had the guy out today. Same symptoms. He replaced the lamp and it didn't work and then called Mitsubishi. They said it is probably a very common capacitor problem on the power supply board. If you open the back and take a look you are likely to see bulging caps. Parts C9A37 and C9A38. The caps are cheap if you can find them, but the parts are really hard to find right now so Best Buy is actually replacing these for people under service plans rather than fixing them. You probably ignored the "warning signs" like we did and didn't think much of it when the TV said there was something blocking the air flow and the lamp was going to shut off. We now know this is a sign that the caps are getting too hot and need to shut down to cool off... Good luck! BTW, our guy said the repair will run you about $200 if you can't do it yourself.
is it tha lamp cracked? are you using original lamp from mits? i founded people using aftermarket lamps with other specks this lamp is 150 watts ,this info its going to help.
if components on the Power board K9A20 and/or K9A21 are shorted. Also, R9A02 may be open. Possible side effects are a deformed lamp exhaust duct and damaged lamp. Replace PWB-POWER part # 934C228003 and if necessary, Lamp part # 915P049010, Lamp Exhaust Duct part # 642B155010, and/or Lamp Exhaust Duct Cover part # 642B156010 let me know if you need anything else
I get the same red lamp led indicator, bought the lamp and I am unable to locate the lamp inside the tv, took the lower back panel out and don't see anything that i can make out the lamp housing. is hard to replace the capacitor and where is the power board located. thanks a mill.