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My Mitsubishi wd57733 DLP projection tv has shadows .. almost like a fog.. what can I do to fix it?

It looks like there almost a fog.. its white but when the characters move on tv there is a shadow.. I have replaced the lamp already.

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Have you cleaned the lens & mirror? you can access those by removing one or both the porthole covers. There is a porthole cover on each side of the unit (left & right ) of the screen.

Posted on Feb 16, 2015

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    Tricia Reaves Feb 18, 2015

    no i havent but i will. thank you so much

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