Question about Mitsubishi WD-62725 62" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready Television

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Little white dots on the screen

I now have about 14 white dots that look like the milky way in the left side of the screen. They showed up all at once about a week ago. It's like the pixels burst and left no color... The TV is less than six months old, bought from Best Buy.

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  • maurgord May 24, 2008

    We have an authorized service rep coming out on 5/27, so we will give them your suggestions. If that's the problem, I'll post back how helpful you were!!!



    Oh, oops, the TV is 65 inch. . .

  • taterbug519 May 24, 2009

    have one of these dots on my screen. everything else is working fine. how do you do a cleaning?

  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    just replaced the lamp and the color balast now the picture has smearing or pixelization. This smearing at time is like a polarization effect especially on faces in movies with moody lighting. The white dot issue I understand but is the color issue also a result of a bad dlp/dmp chip?

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I have a mitsubishi projector tv and it just got white spots what can i do to fix it

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Go to ask.com to find info lolz

Posted on Oct 02, 2008

Had an authorized warranty repair center out, they said the projection bulb needs to be replaced, "good thing it's under warranty." They should be back next week to replace, hope that fixes it.

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Dirty lens, dirty mirrors, warped light guides, spider webs and mini-UFOs that fly across the inside can cause what you described.

but 6 months is pretty early for a cleaning but possible.

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