Question about Mitsubishi WD-62525 62" Rear Projection HDTV

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Dark blotches behind the screen

Just recently, I've noticed several dark blotches of varying color on the screen. It's literally all over the screen when I'm watching TV. I'm thinking that it's just dirty behind the screen, and if I was able to remove the screen I could clean it. Can someone please tell me how to remove the screen on this TV? Thank you.

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  • MrSifter Jan 28, 2008

    Well, I did exactly as you said, and the blotches are still there. It didn't help at all. Thanks for posting, though. Any other suggestions? Is it possible I may have to remove the entire screen and clean behind there? If so, could someone please post step by step instructions on how to do so? I'd be so grateful. Thank you!

  • hoss741069 Feb 27, 2008

    We have the same problem and the picture is very dark we have to keep lighting low. We have had the screen off and cleaned it that is not the problem. We were told by a tv repair man that the light engine needs to be replaced for $1,000.00. Now this is our second tv, we had another that developed the same problem and it was taken out and cleaned and it was better but they did not get all of it and my husband wanted a new tv, but low and behold we have the same problem.So what I think is that the light engine has smoke film and dust on it, we are smokers. It is now out of warranty, so if anyone can tell us how to take it apart to reach the light engine we would greatly appreciate it. Thanks Laurie

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Sorry MrSifter, I have never tried to remove the screen.

Posted on Jan 28, 2008

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When I had this problem with my 52525 I cleaned the bulb with a lint free cloth. The dark blotches went away.

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