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Mitsubishi 276P595010 DLP Chip, Model: 276P595010
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- New DLP Chip for Mitsubishi DLP TVs
- Works in a variety of TV models, see description for complete list
- Substitute parts: 4719-001997 4719-001985 4719-001999
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I've posted before and after photos. It solved the white dot problem!!!
PS- I was a bit intimidated about the actual chip replacement process, but there are many great tutorials out there on the web and you tube.
The product arrived from a second vendor (ShopJimmy) and second order in appropriate packaging to protect the chip from static and accidental shipping damage. Thumbs up ShopJimmy!
Easy install into the TV and I tried to power on before putting everything back together to test it out first. I am an IT manager during the day and I have learned to test before sealing everything back up; this is because sometimes you have another issue or you it is not working as you though and it saves work, but in this case it did not. The lamp light blinked yellow. This is due to the lamp door not tripping the switch. Sealed everything back up. (Left a couple screws off) and it tested fine. Finished screwing in back and tested TV. No dots and worked like new!
First Vendor reviewed (buyNESP) who shipped the first order. I kept the comment intact.
It is rare I sit down and type a review, but in this case it is warranted.
When the chip arrived it came in a envelop with bubble wrap inside. The bag was not an anti-static bag and the plastic had indentations from something else that had been in it. The impressions did not match with the current chip. There was a white paper Avery label on it that anyone could have printed out. All these items together seemed very strange and the conditional is not normal packaging for a new chip of any type that I have ever purchased in the past. On closer inspection, and thankfully before I took the TV apart as mine is not bad yet, I noticed the pins were bent in different areas. This could be fixed with a needle nose pillars, time (a couple hours) and some good reading glasses, but Bending the pins back could result in the metal fatiguing and the pins breaking. All these things together stated there might be other issues with this chip. and I should not have to do this because I paid for a new chip. Lack of an anti-static bag could result in a chip that is flaky, which might not show immediately.
As such, I call Amazon to return this chip because it was defective and this was due to bad packaging. I did not feel I had to inquire additional expense shipping it back. Though the whole thing makes me want to charge my hourly fee because this is insulting to the consumer how this came. A box or wrapping the chip in multiple layers of bubble wrap would have been better, instead of one were a pressure point could bend pins.
The overall outcome: I managed to rescue a really nice TV for the cost of this chip and a little elbow grease.
It was surprisingly easy to swap out for me and now my TV is like new! I also got a new hdmi cable which improved the picture even more. It d so worth buying!
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Worked like a charm, no more white n black dots!
TV is like new... THX!