Question about Mitsubishi WD73727 73" HDTV
The lamps are consumer replaceable items so easy to do. I would clean the vents at the back of the set and make sure there is good ventilation for the TV. Ventilation is very important for lamp and TV longevity. The other thing you can do to add life to the lamp is make sure the picture settings such as brightness and or contrast are not always as maximum and if there is a picture setting that says "DYNAMIC" turn it off as it places the lamp under more stress. Make sure if you do turn the TV off that you let it set for at least an hour to cool down as turning a set back on while the lamp is hot will shorten then life of a lamp.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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