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Samsung 4719-001981 DLP Chip

4.5 out of 5 stars 86 customer reviews
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KNOWN MODELS: RCA M50WH92SYX1; SAMSUNG HLS4266WX/XAA; HLS4666WX/XAA; HLS4676SX/XAA; HLS5065WX; HLS5065WX/XAA; HLS5086WX/XAA; HLS5686W HLS5686WX/XAA; HLS6186WX/XAA; HLT4675SX/XAA; HLT5055WX/XAA; HLT5075SX/XAA; HLT5675SX; HLT5675SX/XAA; RPT50V24DX; RPT50V24DX/SMS

Product Information

Product Dimensions 4.2 x 4.1 x 0.8 inches
Item Weight 2.4 ounces
Shipping Weight 2.4 ounces
ASIN B008XLSYK6
Item model number Samsung 4719-001981
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4.5 out of 5 stars 86 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #2,291 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Audio & Video Accessories > Video Projector Accessories
Date first available at Amazon.com August 13, 2008

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This was exactly the part I needed to fix my DLP TV. The seller packaged it appropriately and safely. Just a tip for those who wish to replace their chip themselves. 1. Spend the $5 and buy a static discharging tether (Also known as a grounding wrist strap...Dynex brand at Best Buy...cheap and reusable) this is based on the fact that most TV's will be on or near carpet which can create a static charge...without this wrist band, you may fry your delicate circuitry before you even get a chance to install your new chip. 2. This comes with NO instructions, however, the seller has graciously provided YouTube videos to walk you through installation (this is where having a tablet can come in handy). 3. A #1 Phillips is a must as well as some needle nose pliers. There is an awkwardly angled monitor cable that a screwdriver will not get to...this is where some patience and pliers comes in handy. 4. Take your time and remember every step you do, even retracing your steps can be confusing backwards...dont end up with extra screws. Also, remember, this plastic can crack easily, so be gentle. My TV fired up and I now have a clean clear screen! 6 Years later down the road, if I have to spend another $80 bucks, it will be worth it (amazingly enough, I have never replaced the original bulb). Definately a great buy!
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I ordered this part to correct the infamous white dot problem that had taken over the screen. The new part arrived within 2 days. It took me about 45 minutes total from start to finish because I took my time documenting as I disassembled the TV making sure I knew where all the connectors and screws would go back when re-assembling.

No More white dots!
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After great customer service and about 30 minutes installation I have a new television. This is a great alternative to buying a new set. I recommend this seller and the product to anyone with a Mitsubishi DLP.
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If you consider yourself handy or at the very least can follow directions, then buying a new DLP chip if you start getting stuck pixels is definitely the way to go. I was a little concerned at first, but after watching several videos on you tube, I felt as if this was no different than making a standard computer repair.

There's no soldering of wires or anything that complex, you just have to be careful and label things as you start taking it apart. I was able to replace the chip in about an hour with another half hour spent making sure the alignment was right.

The TV works as if it's brand new and not only did the new chip get rid of all the stuck pixels, I believe the colors and sharpness are much more vibrate than they have been in years.

Take it from me, save yourself big bucks on a brand new TV and spare the waste in a landfill somewhere. Get this chip and do it yourself.
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My 50" Samsung 720P suddenly began suffering from the infamous, bright and dark dots plague.
This unit perfectly replaced my old and ailing original DLP chip in my set, and restored the picture to pristine, "as new" quality.
Not particularly difficult to remove and replace old chip. I just followed the videos for my set as found on YouTube.
The trickiest part was handling the new chip safely and keeping it spotlessly clean. I used a pair of vinyl medical exam gloves, a grounding wrist strap to avoid static damage, some of the thermal conductivity goop, to replace the old tape between the back of the chip and the heat sink. To assist in all of this, I took the opportunity to vacuum clean the entire chassis and components, in order to reduce the ambient dust as much as possible BEFORE even opening the new chip package. While I was at it, I opened the front of the set enough to gain access to the mirror, which had accumulated some dirt and oxidation, and I thoroughly cleaned that as well. Tools required were almost nothing. I used a pair of needle-nose pliers, a small Milwaukee electric screwdriver ( with a long Phillips bit and adjustable torque set to the lowest), some swabs(Q-tips) and rubbing alcohol, a hand-held can of compressed air, for blowing off the chip and the projector lense, the vacuum cleaner, with a set of computer cleaning miniature attachments of course, a couple of small, clip-on, goose-necked, LED reading lights and a multiple power, magnifying headset so I could see any dust on the chip. Took me about 2 1/3 hours taking my time and including all of the cleaning. I could now probably knock it out in about 25-30 minutes, not including all of the cleaning time.
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I debated on spending the money to fix my samsung once it started down the road of white and black dots.
When I came across this one for under a hundred my choice was made easier. Within a half hour i was up and running. No more white and black spots! whoo hooo! Good as new!! and saved another tv from going to the landfill.
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I had the horrible white dots.... This solved it. Made the picture seem a little crisper.... Just remember to mark everything before you take it apart took me a few minutes to get the screen re positioned.
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