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Bad color on mitsubishi dlp wd-73732 hdtv

Replaced lamp about 4 months ago, today there was a line going thru the middle of the tv then went black, then 3d looking, colors just keep changing, blinking from one color to another. HELP PLEASE!

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Light Engine Failure.

Mitsubishi extended the warranty on THIS model to 3 years. Check your manufacture date on the back of the TV, , Then call Mitsubishi. They are replacing light engines and/or replacing TVs with newer models without the problem part.

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