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I have a Mitsubishi tv, Model WD-73736. When replacing the lamp, the screws won't seat. I think it may be burred out.Should I try a bigger size screw or something else. Any help would be appreciated.

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the plug the connects underneath is not connecting right you have to get at the plug and seat it correctly

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SOURCE: Mitsubishi tv model # wd-52527, lamp light flashing,no picture.

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Posted on Aug 18, 2009

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SOURCE: Mitsubishi WD-52631 HD TV lamp problems

So far I have had no good luck with Mitsubishi. I have had them send me two bulbs and had the tv repaired in the two years I have owned it. My last tv lasted 14 years with NO issue and didn't cost me $1400!! I have been told there is an air flow problem and power supply problems which both lead to low lamp life. I think that if Mitsubishi wants to avoid a class action lawsuit they need to start giving away free lamps for this model. Also, this is not localized to just the 52" tvs. My wifes ex has the 62" and it has the same issues.

Posted on Oct 23, 2009

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SOURCE: mitsubishi wd-73736 bulbs buzzing noise

The Ballast that ignites the Lamp could cause the Lamp to fail and/or cause a buzzing noise. That being said, the Color Wheel in the Optical Block assembly could also cause a similar symptom. If Mitsubishi would be willing to help with the Lamp cost, I would call a local Mitsubishi repair facility to install it and see if the noise is still there and find out exactly what is causing it. Mitsubishi Customer Service Phone number is 1800-332-2119.
I hope this helps,
Skyassoc

Posted on Oct 26, 2009

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SOURCE: Mitsubishi WD-65733 no picture, electrical buzzes in series

What it sound's like is that the lamp ballast is the problem. Buzzing sounds like when the power is first brought to the ballast it has to ramp up the voltage to get the lamp to light, then the voltage drops back down when the lamp is lit. Sounds like the lamp ballast isn't ramping up the voltage the way it should. May have to replace it. A good service shop would be able to do this for you.
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Posted on Nov 20, 2009

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if you have replaced the lamp using the old cartridge that houses the lamp this is a little secret if you are still having issues with the tv not working.

For some strange reason the cartridge might not seat properly and the screws that hold the cartridge in the tv might not grab. If the picture is abit dim this is for you to.

Try this: Where the screw go throught the cartridge and screw into the t.v. is there the problem lies. It kinda loos like two ears top and bottom of left side of cartridge. the thickness of the ears where the screw goes through is now too thick to allow the screws to grab! You need to grind the tabs down so that the screws can reach further and male it to the prethreaded holes in the tv. This will also allow the housing to seat further down eliminating the dimness problem. This also will fix the prolem of te tv only sparking the ballast and not firing up the lamp. Give it a try. Be cautious on how much u grind. Go slowly and take your time! Clean that color wheel also!

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Youre lamp has failed. you need to replace the lamp. Refer to the manual to see how to replace it. It only requires 2 or 3 screws on the back to be removed. Please check the manual.
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First order the correct lamp for your TV. Order from www.mitsuparts.com if the unit is out of warranty. The lamp part number is 915B403001. Next make sure the TV is off and has cooled for at least one hour. Use a Phillips #2 (large) screw driver to remove the cover from the back of the TV (on the lower right hand side). Next loosen the two screws (Phillips #2) that hold the lamp cartridge (they do not come completely out of the cartridge). Open the bag that comes with the new lamp and set it aside. Grasp the handle on the old cartridge and pull it straight out. Put this lamp into the bag. (Be careful to avoid tilting or rotating the lamp since that could cause glass to fall out of the unit.)

Carefully handle the new lamp (do not touch the glass - wear gloves if possible), Insert the lamp cartridge into the TV in the same orientation as the one you removed earlier. Push it into the TV until it is fully seated. Tighten the two screws with either your fingers or the screwdriver. Do not overtighten the screws. Replace the cover and tighten that screw.

You can get the manual from Mitsubishi support: http://www.mitsubishi-tv.com/support.html . Click on Product Documents and search for the model number. The directions start on page 75 and includes pictures of the procedure.

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