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65 inch Mitsubitshi hd dlp

Just noticed a foggy spot about the size of an orange, (dark in color) can this be fixed? can I fix it? what is it? Tv is less than 2 yrs old

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The tv has a bad lite engine. Please call the manufacture's customer service and asked them for a concession for this repair. This a $700.00 to $900.00 repair. If you persist 95% of the time they will cover this repair for you. Use the word 'concession' that's there verbiage.Good luck.

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