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White Dots On My TV's Picture

White dots cover the picture
White dots cover the picture

White dots on DLP type TVs is a common problem. These TVs make the picture with a small chip made up of millions of tiny mirrors. Each one of those mirrors is like a pixel or dot on the screen. When the chip starts to fail, mirrors get stuck in the on or off position causing white dots or black dots. Most of the time they are white.
The repair consists of replacing the DLP chip. We stock most of the common chips and the repair can be done the same day.
Contact us for an estimate. We'll need the TV's model number to look up the DLP chip your TV uses to get you an estimate.
This repair can be done in-home or at the shop.

Typically the problem will start out with one or two dots and being to multiply.

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