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Hi, my Mitsubishi WD-73736 TV had spots on the screen. I called and they said it was the dlp chip. So, i bought that and replaced the DLP. When, I turned on the tv, the red status light occurred.

Red status was the lamp of the tv, so I replaced that. But the red light still remains. What else could be wrong? Also, the sound comes on, just not the screen.

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There are some adjustments should be done after the DLP chip replacement. If you wish to get some details; visit the site linked here. Pull up older posts. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/

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Testimonial: "Hi, so I rechecked all my wiring and everything and Now, I put everything back in place, and started the tv. After the green light stopped blinking, I turned on the tv and now the screen is black (but it is lit) with one white horizontal line that looks kind of like a barcode. I can hear sound, but only have that one image on my screen. I tried to reset the system, but it didn't help. There aren't any status lights other than the regular green light on. What do you think it could be? Thanks for your help..."

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    "Hi, so I rechecked all my wiring and everything and Now, I put everything back in place, and started the tv. After the green light stopped blinking, I turned on the tv and now the screen is black (but it is lit) with one white horizontal line that looks kind of like a barcode. I can hear sound, but only have that one image on my screen. I tried to reset the system, but it didn't help. There aren't any status lights other than the regular green light on. What do you think it could be? Thanks for your help...

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