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I've had an Amazon Fire TV Stick connected to my Mitsubishi DLP for a while. Now suddenly when I try to play content from Amazon Prime, Netflix, etc., I get only sound but the screen displays a DHCP Error.

I called Amazon and was told that a DHCP update in recent days left some older TVs, including Mitsubishi DLPs, behind. They recommended that I get a new TV.

Nonsense?
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I've had an Amazon Fire TV Stick connected to my Mitsubishi DLP for a while. Now suddenly when I try to play content from Amazon Prime, Netflix, etc., I get only sound but the screen displays a DHCP Error.

I called Amazon and was told that a DHCP update in recent days left some older TVs, including Mitsubishi DLPs, behind. They recommended that I get a new TV.

Nonsense?
Tell them to ensure that the TV stick works as advertised. THEY made the change, not Mitsubishi.


I smell a lawsuit...
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I've had an Amazon Fire TV Stick connected to my Mitsubishi DLP for a while. Now suddenly when I try to play content from Amazon Prime, Netflix, etc., I get only sound but the screen displays a DHCP Error.

I called Amazon and was told that a DHCP update in recent days left some older TVs, including Mitsubishi DLPs, behind. They recommended that I get a new TV.





Nonsense?

I'd be insisting they refund the purchase price. They sold you their device that worked fine, then made it useless to you with THEIR update.
Nonsense indeed.
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I've had an Amazon Fire TV Stick connected to my Mitsubishi DLP for a while. Now suddenly when I try to play content from Amazon Prime, Netflix, etc., I get only sound but the screen displays a DHCP Error.

I called Amazon and was told that a DHCP update in recent days left some older TVs, including Mitsubishi DLPs, behind. They recommended that I get a new TV.

Nonsense?
Yes, "Nonsense". All of the device updates should be backward compatible.
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Yep. Unplugging everything (including the TV) and restarting did the trick. However as it turns out it really may have been a problem with the TV. I didn't realize at the time, but I was getting sound only (no video) from my cable box on another HDMI input. Restarting everything restored video on both the cable and the Fire TV Stick.
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As Rastro would say "RUH ROH GEORGE!"

My beloved 82" has started shutting off without warning and leaves the light blinking green rapidly. This has occurred about 6 times in the last 3 weeks. The set powers up and functions normally after turning it back on.

Does anyone know what this indicates? I was able to have the light engine replaced by MITS just outside of the warranty but that's the only thing that has been replaced to date.
My 82" would do that occasionally when I'd go from HD to a digital channel (on demand menu would do it most frequently) on the cable tuner box. I found that if I changed input to the Blu-ray quick enough, I could keep the tv from turning off. About a year ago, I installed a Yamaha receiver and all inputs run though it. The tv hasn't turned off by itself since.
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Just a quick note to let you all know that I just replaced the lamp for the first time in my WD65738. This comes after 4-1/2 years and 10,154 hours. I knew it was time, as the picture was very dim a few days ago, and the unit would not start at all yesterday - the lamp completely failed. The replacement is an OEM Mits. lamp.

As expected, the new lamp has basically made the TV like new - the picture is bright and crisp. I will recalibrate in the next few days, and hopefully get a few years out of this lamp, as well.
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Just a quick note to let you all know that I just replaced the lamp for the first time in my WD65738. This comes after 4-1/2 years and 10,154 hours. I knew it was time, as the picture was very dim a few days ago, and the unit would not start at all yesterday - the lamp completely failed. The replacement is an OEM Mits. lamp.

As expected, the new lamp has basically made the TV like new - the picture is bright and crisp. I will recalibrate in the next few days, and hopefully get a few years out of this lamp, as well.

WOW! That's an amazing number hours on a single lamp!


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Just a quick note to let you all know that I just replaced the lamp for the first time in my WD65738. This comes after 4-1/2 years and 10,154 hours. I knew it was time, as the picture was very dim a few days ago, and the unit would not start at all yesterday - the lamp completely failed. The replacement is an OEM Mits. lamp.

As expected, the new lamp has basically made the TV like new - the picture is bright and crisp. I will recalibrate in the next few days, and hopefully get a few years out of this lamp, as well.
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WOW! That's an amazing number hours on a single lamp!


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WD65835 here. I replaced my second lamp (also Mitsubishi) at 9,987 hours. It was still working, but dim. I keep it as a spare. I should probably have replaced it much earlier. The first lamp was replaced (still working, and also a spare) at 5,639 hours.

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Just a quick note to let you all know that I just replaced the lamp for the first time in my WD65738. This comes after 4-1/2 years and 10,154 hours. I knew it was time, as the picture was very dim a few days ago, and the unit would not start at all yesterday - the lamp completely failed. The replacement is an OEM Mits. lamp.

As expected, the new lamp has basically made the TV like new - the picture is bright and crisp. I will recalibrate in the next few days, and hopefully get a few years out of this lamp, as well.
Was the lamp setting on low or high?

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Was the lamp setting on low or high?
Low...
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WOW! That's an amazing number hours on a single lamp!


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10396 here....buying an OEM lamp on Ebay right now.
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10396 here....buying an OEM lamp on Ebay right now.

I don't think OEMs sell on ebay.




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I don't think OEMs sell on ebay.




I tried this one....http://www.ebay.com/itm/121540456600...%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

looks like OEM to me....hopefully good

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I tried this one....http://www.ebay.com/itm/121540456600...%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

looks like OEM to me....hopefully good

That really does look like an OEM. Did you already receive it and does it appear to actually be OEM? They show one for my 73736 (915B403001) and although I don't need one now if I knew it was really an OEM Mits lamp and housing for $90 shipped I'd have to order one.
Please post back your results. Thanks!


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That really does look like an OEM. Did you already receive it and does it appear to actually be OEM? They show one for my 73736 (915B403001) and although I don't need one now if I knew it was really an OEM Mits lamp and housing for $90 shipped I'd have to order one.
Please post back your results. Thanks!


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It says it will be here Saturday...I'll keep you posted. Thanks.
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[QUOTE=esatchel;34584617]It says it will be here Saturday...I'll keep you posted. Thanks.


Appreciate it!


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Curious, is this listing on amazon the true OEM lamp and housing i'd get from Mitsubishi website.

Can't post a URL link yet... It's listed as made by Phillips and "OEM".
http://www.amazon.com/PHILIPS-OEM-Or...ct_top?ie=UTF8

Hoping so. to save some money on shipping and cost. Thanks.
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5th post. So i can add a link. to above post .
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Curious, is this listing on amazon the true OEM lamp and housing i'd get from Mitsubishi website.

Can't post a URL link yet... It's listed as made by Phillips and "OEM".
http://www.amazon.com/PHILIPS-OEM-Or...ct_top?ie=UTF8

Hoping so. to save some money on shipping and cost. Thanks.

I dunno. My lamp from Mitsubishi was made by Osram.

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