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I have a 57" mitsubishi 1080 dlp tv and it has a white dot on the picturewhat is it and how to fix it.thanks terry

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If the dot is there whatever the image source / input are you using then the defect is in the DLP panel - the mirrors from the panel corresponding that dot aren't commanded anymore. It can't be fixed, the panel must be replaced. It will be expensive.

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