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How to remove the DMD shield on Mitsubishi wd65733

Removed 7 screws but cannot remove housing. The end of the housing away from the heat shield fan will not separate from the DMD board.

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    Scott Wheeler Nov 29, 2014

    Trying to remove the DMD board to replace the DLP chip. Puzzled what this has to do with bulb replacement. Problem is resolved by removing the fasteners holding a cable connector (a step not shown in the existing DLP chip replacement videos that I've been able to find). Sorry, I have no expertise in this area.



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Don't know why you are removing it; if you are replacing the bulb I suggest you use the bulb replacement that is complete with new housing already.

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Testimonial: "Puzzled why a bulb replacement is mentioned. I am trying to remove the DMD board as stated above. Problem is resolved by removing the screws on the board holding a cable connector. This step is not shown in the videos I have been able to find on DLP chip replacement. Sorry, I am a novice in this area."


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Heat Shield - Unified Line 08 JC

Heat Shield - Unified Line 08 JC

Disconnect and isolate the negative battery cable.

Recover the refrigerant from the refrigerant system (Refer to Heating and Air Conditioning/Plumbing - Standard Procedure).

Partially drain the engine cooling system (Refer to Cooling - Standard Procedure).

Remove the top nut (2) that secures the heat shield (3) to the stud (1) located on the dash panel.


Two slots are provided at the bottom of the heat shield to aid in heat shield removal. Complete removal of the two bottom heat shield retaining nuts is not required.

Reach behind the engine and remove the two bottom nuts the that secure the heat shield to the studs located on the dash panel and remove the heat shield. Rotate and tilt the heat shield as required.
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HVAC Housing to Dash Panel Nut


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