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Mitsubishi Model WD-73833 lamp shatters

I replaced the lamp on my Mitsubishi Model WD-73833. Ran for about 3 hours. Within a couple minutes maximum after turning off the TV, there was a noticeable popping sound. The lamp shattered. Replaced it again and got exact same scenario. Ran for about 3 hours, turned it off, popping sound, and the 2nd new lamp also shattered at least this time only the inside, not the lens face itself. I do get sound when the TV is turned on until it turns itself off again.

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you have mention that after 10-15 seconds T.V starts up, will you give total description of the T.V within that 10-15 seconds?

Posted on Aug 11, 2008

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SOURCE: When turned on, my Mitsubishi TV shuts off after a few seconds.

the lamp is simple; yet you can run into problems with this tv. be very careful replacing lamp. the plug in the tv can be damaged. (due to the design)
lamp part #

915P028010

Posted on Mar 13, 2009

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SOURCE: TV turns off by itself

Check the interlock switch on the rear lamp cover. Sounds like the cover might not be seating completely, allowing this safety switch to shut the TV off. When you remove the cover, it's just to the left of the big black plastic ventilation guide for the lamp, and it's a little tiny blue lever that moves up and down. Make sure the wires going to this switch are OK (not pulled out or 'hanging by a thread').

Posted on Jun 26, 2009

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SOURCE: Replaced lamp Mitsubishi WD-52531 worked for one day

Ballast Board may be Bad it is what turn Lamp on Call Encompass for parts 1-800-638-3328 or look for one on E-Bay they have good deals on Parts.Also CK Fan to Lamp it maybe defective .Call Mats for Fan 1-800-628-1118 they have lamps also.

Posted on Sep 27, 2009

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We have the same problem. A 14,000 dollar TV that you cant even get a lamp for. I 'm thinking of a class action lawsuit. This is ********!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Please respond if your interested

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