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Need new lamp for hitachi 60"

The original lamp part # is na70832
model #60vg825

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    need new lamp for hitachi 60" problem part # NA70832

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Vancebaldwin.com, don't think this model is on here but by my books it's showing the lamp ***. (ux21516)

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