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On my DLP (HLS5086W) several white dots are on the screen, all sources. Does this mean the DLP processor chip is bad?

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YOU MAY HAVE A COUPLE OF DUD PIXELS.YOU MAY HAVE TO PUT UP WITH THIS.WOULD COST A LOT TO REPAIR.NO THE CHIP IS NOT BAD.

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You get white spots inside the samsung DLP tv due to bad Digital Micromiror Device , or bad DMD board .

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The DMD chip is failing.If not under warranty expect to pay a few hundred to several hundred to get it fixed

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Replacing the DLP chip and the micro mirror would solve this issue...

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