Question about Samsung HL-67A510 67" DLP HDTV
a DLP bulb lasts about 8,000 hours (if a TV is on 10 hours a day, every
day, the bulb will last about two years). A bulb can last longer if
it's used less frequently. Typically, a bulb in a DLP TV for household
use should last at least three to four years before it starts to flicker
and needs to be replaced.
Posted on Oct 02, 2010
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