Question about Mitsubishi WD-60C9 60" DLP HDTV
I replaced the projection bulb twice. I bought a cheaper bulb from amazon. Could it be the replacement bulb or something more serious. I have noticed that it gets extremely hot in the location where the bulb is. Was wondering if it was even worth trying to keep on fixing? its a great TV when its working. The first cheap bulb popped in a few days and the second lasted a few weeks. Like I had said they were cheaper replacdement bulbs. I was able to to get my money back with the warranty so no real lose except I cant watch the TV. Any suggestions? Thanks Enginemanshawn
Not sure how long you have had this unit. If it is still under warranty your first call should be to the dealer who sold the unit. It may be part of a bad batch. The dealer should take responsibility for replacing the unit or contacting the manufacturer/distributor. Don't let them tell you it's not their problem. They sold you the item your contract is with them. They bought it from the distributor so they deal with them and the distributor deals with the manufacturer so they deal with them.
Are you maintaining the unit correctly? The filters need to be cleaned regularly, especially in a home environment where a lot of dust can clog the vents causing the unit to overheat.
Plenty of airflow is needed to keep the bulb cool so this is vital.
Cheap bulbs will not last as long as original parts but they should still have a 'rated hours value' under normal use.
Posted on Apr 16, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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