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I have a mitsubishi wd 60737. How can I check the bulb time? I can't find where I need to look to find that. I feel like it's gotta be really high. My picture is dimming. Thanks for the help.

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After reviewing both the user and service manuals, it appears that this option is not available. If your picture is dimming, and resetting the brightness levels does not help, it is time for a bulb change (which you can do yourself - plenty of references on the net.)

Posted on Apr 15, 2015

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Hey, if still interested the hours for the bulb is available only in the factory mode settings in which u do not need to go into unless a service tech because of if settings are changed in certain areas could result in set not coming back on and then will have to get a repair to work on it and costing more money. To help pull bulb out behind the lamp door loosing screws and being careful not to touch glass and take a flashlight shine down to see the back of filament and look for either a dark spot or white spot and this will also tell u lamp on its last leg, hope this helps.

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If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts. Surf the site with patience. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
Type in the brand name to your device, in the search box [at the top right] of the display window and the Search will start at once as you type in, and will show you all the related posts. It will make surf easy.

Posted on Apr 15, 2015

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    Just search the above linked site by type in "How to replace lamp Mitsubishi projection TV" in the search box at the top right of the opening window. You can get details from it.

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Call Mitsubishi and find out who is the closest warranty repair service station in your area, they will take care of this for you.

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SOURCE: Mitsubishi WD- 73737 73 in. Screen if dim or dark. Changed contrast, brightness, and restored default settings but that didn't work. Help?

I am not sure about your model but a call to Mitsubishi to ask if the set has one or two mirrors would offer a possible explanation---the ones with two mirrors have a small one at the bottom--it gets coated with dust and brightness drops up to 75 percent----other possible reason is the lamp may be nearing the end of its life.

I would have Mitsubishi look to see if this model uses the two mirrors--if that is the case cleaning will cure this--if you find it has two mirrors I can tell you what is involved--on Vacation but do look here--let me know what you find.

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