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New Samsung/Mitsubishi/Toshiba 4719-001997 DLP Chip

4.8 out of 5 stars 683 customer reviews
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  • Important! when replacing your DLP chip in a Toshiba TV you must replace the DMD/Formatter board at the same time.
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Technical Details

Color: Silver
  • Brand Name: Mitsubishi
  • Model Number: Samsung 4719-001997

Product Description

Color: Silver

Fix those white dots with a brand new DLP chip! MITSUBISHI WD-57733 | WD-57734 | WD-57833 | WD-60638 | WD-60733 | WD-60735 | WD-60737 | WD-60738 | WD-60833 | WD-60837 | WD-60C8 | WD-60C9 | WD-65638 | WD-65731 | WD-65733 | WD-65734 | WD-65735 | WD-65737 | WD-65738 | WD-65833 | WD-65835 | WD-65837 | WD-65838 | WD-65C8 | WD-65C9 | WD-73638 | WD-73640 | WD-73733 | WD-73734 | WD-73735 | WD-73736 | WD-73737 | WD-73738 | WD-73833 | WD-73835 | WD-73837 | WD-73838 | WD-73840 | WD-73C11 | WD-73C8 | WD-73C9 | WD-75837 | WD-82737 | WD-82738 | WD-82838 | WD-C657 | WD-Y577 | WD-Y657 | SAMSUNG HL50A650C1FXZA | HL56A650C1FXZA | HL61A650C1FXZA | HL61A750A1FXZA | HL67A750A1FXZA | HL72A650C1FXZA | HLS5087WX/XAA | HLS6187WX/XAA | HLT5055WX/XAA | HLT5076SX/XAA | HLT5087SX/XAA | HLT5656WX/XAA | HLT5676SX/XAA | HLT5687SAX/XAA | HLT5687SX/XAA | HLT5689SX/XAA | HLT6156WX/XAA | HLT6176SX/XAA | HLT6187SAX/XAA | HLT6187SX/XAA | HLT6189SX/XAA | HLT6756W | HLT6756WX/XAA | HLT7288WX/XAA | TOSHIBA 57HM167 | 65HM167

Product Information

Product Dimensions 2 x 1.5 x 0.2 inches
Item Weight 0.3 ounces
Shipping Weight 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Item model number Samsung 4719-001997
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4.8 out of 5 stars 683 customer reviews

4.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #18 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Audio & Video Accessories > TV Accessories & Parts > Television Replacement Parts
#1,643 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Television Accessories
#2,522 in Electronics > Televisions & Video
Date first available at Amazon.com March 13, 2012

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By C. Johnson VINE VOICE on August 16, 2014
Color: Silver Verified Purchase
I have a Samsung HLT6187SAX 61-Inch Slim LED Engine 1080p DLP HDTV (Old Version) that I purchased on January of 2008. This TV has been great for all these years and has lasted longer than I could have ever imagined. During these years I've only had to replace a cooling fan. However about three months ago, I noticed a white dot on the screen while watching TV. It was annoying, but bearable. However over time more white dots appeared on the screen. Depending on the picture on the screen, these dots would be either white or black. (White on a dark background, Black on a light background) Also while watching TV I could literally see pixels flickering only to see it turn into another white/black dot in a few days. I went from one dot to about 30 in a few weeks. I ended up buying this chip two months ago, but never got around to installing it until today. The chip came well packaged in a small compact cardboard box, and the chip itself was in an anti-static bag.

Watching a very helpful Youtube video I was able to get the failing DLP chip replaced with very little issue. The process was long and tedious, but there was nothing terribly difficult about the install. All I needed was a good Philips head screwdriver, arctic silver thermal paste, and quite a bit of patience. When working with an expensive piece of equipment its always best to take your time, check, double check, and triple check, before proceeding to the next step. Also I have found that taking pictures before disconnecting things and marking wires are very helpful when having to put things back together.
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I don't have much to add that isn't duplicative of the other reviews. I had one white dot on my Mits wd73733, then 5 white dots then after a couple weeks over a hundred plus black dots as well. After research I bought this one rather than shell out $5k+ for a new tv (wife won't let me get anything under 80 inches). I found instructions on how to replace it on youtube and followed them as I took out the light engine, then the dmd board, and finally the chip. I also made sure to take photos with my phone of each step because there were maybe 10 wires to disconnect and I wanted to be sure to be able to reconnect them.

Two things to watch out for. When you're taking off the dmd board to get to the chip at the back of it, watch out for the ribbon cable at the top. That sucker seems like it would be easy to crimp and then I don't even want to think about how that would get fixed. Second, the whole process took me about 7 hours because I put everything back together and had a few screws left over. I've built computers in the past and that always happens; nothing too major when you're doing it to a new computer as long as everything is reasonably secure. However, I hooked up the TV, turned it on (got the flashing yellow lights b/c I didn't put the back cover on to depress the lamp switch, first) and the picture was beautiful, but tilted on the right side.

I struggled to fix it with the menu system, even found the secret codes to enter the service menu, but finally decided I hadn't seated the dmd board properly. So I took everything apart and put it back together, this time leaving the spring screws on the heat sink a little loose so it wouldn't be so tight. This time it was worse.
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I bought this DLP chip for my Samsung HLT6187SX/XAA (61" LED DLP). I've had the TV for about 5 years, and in the last few weeks I have been getting an increasing number of white and black dots on the screen and it looked like replacing the DLP chip was the way to go.

The replacement was successful in that the new DLP chip removed all of the white/black dots on the screen. However, the new chip created evenly spaced vertical white lines across the screen. I swapped the old chip back in, and the white vertical lines disappeared (though the white/black dots did reappear as expected). I then put the new DLP chip back in and the vertical white lines reappeared.

My exact model TV was in the list of supported TVs for this replacement chip, but it looks like the chip does not work properly. I have searched online a bit and some people indicated that there may be another faulty component in the TV, but the fact that I can swap back my original DLP chip and the vertical lines disappear seem to contradict that.

Update: 2013-10-05

DLP TV Parts Distribution Wholesalers (http://www.amazon.com/shops/A197PSWI2ZC5) was very speedy in accepting the RMA for the DLP Chip that had the vertical white lines. I shipped back the defective chip and they sent a replacement. I installed it in the TV and this replacement chip did not have vertical white lines, so that was a good start.

It did, however, have a single white dot defect close to the center of the screen. So. I spent $214 to get rid of most of the white dots. but not all. I'll bump this review to 4 stars, since one white dot is better than several hundred. But, if I see any additional white dots reappear in the next 90 days (warranty period), you bet I'll be getting another RMA in place.
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