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Dead lamp!!! I have a mitsubishi WD-57732 dlp tv. I replaced the bulb in it about a month ago it lasted 2 weeks so I got another one it lasted 2 days!! Am I on a roll or what? Does anybody know what could be the problem?

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Is it tha lamp cracked? are you using original lamp from mits? i founded people using aftermarket lamps with other specks this lamp is 150 watts ,this info its going to help.
if components on the Power board K9A20 and/or K9A21 are shorted. Also, R9A02 may be open. Possible side effects are a deformed lamp exhaust duct and damaged lamp. Replace PWB-POWER part # 934C228003 and if necessary, Lamp part # 915P049010, Lamp Exhaust Duct part # 642B155010, and/or Lamp Exhaust Duct Cover part # 642B156010 let me know if you need anything else

Posted on Jul 04, 2008

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    Dale McDuffie Aug 20, 2014

    The lamp is cracked. I put in a new lamp housing (factory model) and the TV wirked all evening but when we turned it off, there was a pop and I took out the lamp housing and you can see the lamp is busted.

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