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I too had replaced my DLP chip. Whit dots gone, but now have 3 thick black horizontal lines and many thin white vertical lines.

I was very careful not to contaminate chip with dust or anything. Is there anything else that could this problem?

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SOURCE: I just replaced the DLP chip and now the screen is white with black dots

get it serviced,and stop spamming

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