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Replaced lamp in Mitsubishi WD-62725, second lamp blew after 2 days,sound but no picture

Replaced the lamp in my wd62725 and 2 days later the same thing happened again. Sound but no picture. Not sure what the problem is, the lamp looks ok. Is there any way to test the lamp with a meter to see if it is still good. Please help!

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Re: replaced lamp in Mitsubishi WD-62725, second lamp... read the self test diagnosis

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