When the Mitsubishi TV DMD Chip DLP Chip have to exchange

Mitsubishi TV DMD Chip DLP Chip replacement required

Does your Mistubishi TVs are full of white dots after a few years of playing? If yes, you have to replace a new DMD CHip or called DLP chip for your Mistubishi projection TVs. As mitsubishi tv dmd chip is a one of the important part for all DLP projection TV. At the begining, it will happen one white dot if your TVs have been used for a few years. If you do not replace the mitsubishi tv dmd chip when you find one or two white dots from your TV screen at once, there will be more and more white dot appear from your image within couple weeks. Therefore, we have to buy a new mitsubishi tv dmd chip if your Mitsubishi / Toshiba / Samsung tv has a few years of projection.

Where to buy a replacement mitsubishi tv dmd chip

There are lots of mitsubishi tv dmd chip sellers in the market. But all of them selling this small dlp chips at different price because they want to make different profit for it. You can buy it from the original Samsung / Mitsubishi / Toshiba online store or service center. And you can also buy it from your local repairing center and ask them to exchange it for you. But as it is a used TVs which has been 5 years old, no one hope to invest $100.00 installing fee and more than $350 for the mitsubishi tv dmd chip from the repairman. Here Perfectbuys.net is writing the post to sharing where to invest a new replacement original mitsubishi tv dmd chip at $159.00 only and do replace it yourself step-by-step. In order to buy the cheapest mitsubishi tv dmd chip, you can find the seller as the following

For international outside of US, we can also buy from GlobalProjectors online store who also sell the Mitsubishi TV DMD Chip worldwide. They ship the products abroad without charge you any shipping fee while orders is over $150.00. They may mark the products name as 1910-6142W DLP chip. Or you can buy from wordwide shipper. Recently, we hear back from the reader that the chip’s price has raised to more than $200. I think the chip manufacturer has stopped producing this chip. But we still found some source for the DLP TV DMD Chip in the market. I are not confirm if they are in stock. You may try it fro Ali store.

To replace a DMD Chip, we should also need Silver Thermal Compound Paste to ensure the coolling works good.

How to replace the mitsubishi tv dmd chip

To replace the new DLP chip is very easy if you know how to use your screw driver. But before doing this, I suggest you should prepare a camara. Because it required you to unplug some connectors inside of mitsubishi tv and take of some small parts of the TV. In case forgetting the correct position of the plugin and the accessories postition when we reinstall it back, it is better for us to use a camara to take pictures to show the correct place. If you are a skilled repairing man or technician, it will nerver diffecult for you to exchang a mitsubishi tv dmd chip. And here is the step by step vedio created by Shop Jimmy company.

This mitsubishi DMD Chip compatible list

The mitsubishi dlp chip part number is 1910-6143W. It compatible lots of  mitsubishi tv models and Samsung, Toshiba tvs. Here are the list of the TV models. Confirm yours is under the list bellow:

MITSUBISHI: WD-57734 WD-60638 WD-60733 WD-60735 WD-60737 WD-60738 WD-60833 WD-60837 WD-60C8 WD-60C9 WD-65638 WD-65733 WD-65734 WD-65735 WD-65737 WD-65738 WD-65833 WD-65837 WD-65838 WD-65C9 WD-73638 WD-73733 WD-73734 WD-73735 WD-73737 WD-73738 WD-73833 WD-73838 WD-73C11 WD-73C8 WD-73C9 WD-75837 WD-82737 WD-82738 WD-82838

SAMSUNG: HL50A650C1FXZA HL56A650C1FXZA HL61A650C1FXZA HL61A750A1FXZA HL67A750A1FXZA HLT5055WX/XAA HLT5076SX/XAA HLT5087SX/XAA HLT5676SX/XAA HLT5687SAX/XAA HLT5687SX/XAA HLT5689SX/XAA HLT6156WX/XAA HLT6176SX/XAA HLT6187SAX/XAA HLT6187SX/XAA HLT6189SX/XAA HLT6756W HLT7288WX/XAA

TOSHIBA: 57HM167 65HM167

59 Replies to “When the Mitsubishi TV DMD Chip DLP Chip have to exchange”

  1. Thanks guy for sharing. It really help me to fix my Mitsubithi DLP TV. It save me more than 200USD to ask a repair man

  2. Thanks for this information. We are up to 7 white dots in the past 7 weeks, seems we get 1 a week at this point.

  3. good morning … my name is Mario and I am writing to you to see if you are interested or know someone who is interested in buying chip DLP model: 1272-5003W ……..35 dlls x piece ….. and only sell by box of 75 pieces … the material is brand new and in original packaging … this is my mail if interested (coronelisimo@hotmail.com)….. absolute seriousness …. thanks

    1. The price has raised from $159.00 to $220.00 from these few months. When I created the post, it was $159.00. You can but the it at the cheapest of $220.00 now from the link here.

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  5. Hi. I have WD65c9 with a large yellow square on the screen…tv still plays, but the picture is dim and shows this transparent yellow square. Would this DMD chip be the fix for that problem. I was told it needs a optical engine, but what goes back on the engine that causes that yellow square? I would like to order parts from you to fix it. email me back please.

    1. Color problem should cause by a color wheel. I suggest you ask a repairing guy to check of you can take out the color wheel to check if some part is missing and clean it.

  6. AMy tv is a little over 4 years old and my lamp went out first. I found a lamp and housing on amazon and changed it out myself. Now about 2 or 3 months later i now have to replace the DLP chip. I dont think that one has to do with the other i think that both parts only last 4-5 years.

    1. I think you can try to replace a new chip to test. A lamp is good or not will not effect the screen white dots. You can buy a new chip from somewhere with free 30 days return without any question place to test your tv. If your problem not fixt, you can return the new dmd chip for money refund.

  7. Question is on my Mitsubishi tv the model number is Lt40164 and the screen just turned off twice by itself and won’t turn back on is it the DLP chip and how much does it cost and where would b the best place to purchase one ? Some one please help. Signed veteran down and out with no tv

    1. That seems not a DMD Chip issue. If the chip is broken, you will only got white and black dots on screen only. The tv will not shot down itself. I suggest you ask a repair guy to check.

  8. We have a Model WD-65735. We have the white dot explosion problem, so we have changed the DLP chip. It did not seem to go in as tight as the one that had to come out. It did not seem to be snapping into the board. Now, turning the tv on, there are large black and white streaks vertically across the screen. We went by the video on how to replace it, but it was not exactly like ours. Please help. thank you.

    1. I suggest you ask the seller if the chip is new or not.

      If you can post a picture to show us your issue, we may check for the error.

  9. Have Mitsubishi L65-A90 that has white spots. Mitsu says it is unsafe to work on and does not provide any information on parts. TV should last longer than less than five years,and parts should be available. Anyone else have issues or experiences with this?

    1. I know this post is really old. Having the same problem now. I was unaware of the class action lawsuit. Did you figure anything out? Mitsubishi won’t talk to me either.

  10. Mitsubishi Warranty repair item. Mine was out of warranty so it was $200. A set fee negotiated with Mitsubishi and TV service repair companies.
    apparently this DLP chip failure was product wide and is covered by Mitsubishi service contract. Again, if your contract is up it will cost you $200

  11. I have a Mitsubishi DLP and I have little black dots all over the screen. It looks like little nats I have cleaned the mirror and screens but still same. Could the DLP chip cause this?

  12. I am going to bump this review to 4 stars, since being able to fix my DLP TV with this chip was extremely helpful, but since the failure rate on these chips seems to be high I will not give 5 stars.

  13. Little help here had DMD chip replaced but now it seems that the picture is not lined up correctly. Have a pink and green streak in the upper left corner goes down about 2 inches and disappears halfway through the top If you jump on the floor it flickers and only the red/green tint. If your watching espn/nhl net.) the ticker on the bottom of screen is cut off slightly. Where is on any other t.v the ticker is up over an inch from the bottom. T.V repair guy that fixed chip is now saying my light engine is shot over the phone. I am having a very had time believing this.thoughts please anyone

  14. when placing the TV lamp first, now I have to replace the dmd chip, is there another problem that i have to look forward to after the chip I love my 73737 projector TV (Mitsubishi) warranty gone but don’t want to lose my love 7 years of
    being in love.

    1. Check your TV color wheel as well. The color wheel is also easy to be aging as hot inside. No worry. The color wheel is much more cheaper than the TV.

  15. Why pay so much for such a small part that is difficult to install and could become defective if not installed properly? There’s too many better products available today that are brand new with better pictures. You can buy a Hisense or Sceptre 4k HD 55″ for less than $500 that’s much lighter and will last much longer with a picture so real, it looks like you are there. Junk that 5-8 year old tv and never buy a Mitsubishi product ever again. A company that doesn’t care about their customers with a reasonably inexpensive parts list should go out of business. It’s just stupid to pay so much to fix some old heavy dinosaur tv when you can pay just a little more for a brand new one that’s so much better. Let these parts merchants get stuck with their over priced parts and get smart.

  16. Apparently there were three or four makers and they all were designed using this same part. These televisions aren’t made to last but a few years. You could pay a few hundred to a repairman or buy the part yourself and attempt to save some money. If something goes wrong, you are out the cost of a very expensive part. This was the first large screen tv for many and hate to give up on it but it’s just not a good investment. It’s still an older tv and what’s going to go out next, the color wheel that also will cost an arm and a leg? Large screen televisions have come down in price and have much superior pictures that hanging on to an old heavy tv just isn’t worth it. Even if you replace this part, how long will it last until it happens again? It’s not inexpensive like changing the light which used to cost much more than it does now.

  17. I suppose that if you own a 70″ to 80″ screen tv, it makes sense to buy this chip but if your tv is 60″ or smaller than it’s better to just replace your television. Large screen television prices are falling fast in that range. Just pay the $30 to $60 for the extended warranty and you get a brand new tv with a much better picture that is HD or even 4K HD. It can even be a smart tv for Roku, Netflix, or all the other applications available now. I’ve got my 60″ Mitsubishi in the garage and if prices for this chip doesn’t come down below $100, it’s going to a landfill.

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  19. I have a Mitsubishi dlp projection tv model # WD65734 that I bought in 2007. It worked pretty well up until this year 2016 when I had to replace the lamp in January. Over the last couple of months the white and black dots have appeared all over the screen. I researched the problem online and spoke to Mitsubishi. They said that due to the age of the TV, they will not be able to assist with the cost of putting in a new DMD/DLP chip no matter what I said. I see that I can buy the chip for around $200.00 and I’m sure that I can install it in the TV. However, I’m trying to figure out if its worth spending another $200.00 to fix a 9 year old TV. I’m concerned that if I fix this other problems with the volume etc could come up. Does anyone have any feedback on this?

    1. Hi Scott I’m in the same boat I have a 73 inch however it was given to me so my investment would only be about $180 for the chip And I would install it myself. All this talk is BS very easy to do I practice on a 42 inch unfortunately the chip wasn’t compatible but it took me 10 minutes to take the back out and another 15 minutes to get to the chip. So I figured for $180 investment if everything goes right I’ll have a 73 inch TV which has a brand new light in it. But again I don’t know if it’s worth it. In reply to your question the next thing to probably go would be the light in your TV which are way cheaper than the DLP chips I also heard about the color wheel going bad but you can’t believe everything you read on the net. What’s your comment on my situation you think it’s worth me spending the 180.

  20. I have a brand new lamp and a screen full of white dots…anyone want this Mitsu? I will take $40 for it, that will reimburse me for the lamp. You will know up front that you will need a dmd chip, no guessing!

    Jimmy Shop.com…what a wonder you guys are, I am just too old and nervous to do such a work, I stand amazed at your talent!

  21. I have a Mitsubishi dlp projection tv, model wd 65738.
    My picture is all different colors and I was told it was the light engine chip or engine light chip, problem is I don’t know where to find this piece? Please help !! And/or tell me if I’m wrong?

  22. I have a Mitsubishi dlp projection tv, model wd 65738.
    My picture is all different colors and I was told it was the light engine chip or engine light chip, problem is I don’t know where to find this piece? Please help !! And/or tell me if I’m wrong?
    Can you give a video or directions on how to put the tv back together , never seen so many screws in my life!!! Learned to late that I should have separated by cups or something w/ labels….

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