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I have white specks on screen toshiba 65 in DLP

I have white specks on screen toshiba 65 in DLP

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White dots on a DLP mean that some of the tiny mirrors on the DMD board have failed and are stuck in the on posisiton and always reflecting the white light from the lamp. The DMD on this model is not available sepratley so the complete light engine needs to be replaced. The part number for the light engine is 75006693.

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