Question about Mitsubishi WD65737 65 inch DLP 1080p HDTV
A lot of white spots all over the screen
The white spots are pixels that are burned out. They will just gradually get worse. You will need a new screen or just replace the whole TV. Probably buy a new one for what it will cost to get a new screen put in it.
Posted on Nov 29, 2014
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