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DLP Chips

Our new, factory-direct DLP Chips work in most Mitsubishi, Samsung, and Toshiba DLP TV models. Repair the "white dots" or vertical lines on your TV with these DLP Chips. We offer them at the lowest price and best warranty online!

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TV Stands

Our Universal TV Stands fit thousands of flat-screen TVs between 26" - 70" and look great with LCD, LED, and Plasma TV models in all brands. Each Universal TV Stand also comes with a 180-day warranty and FREE shipping!

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DLP Lamps

The best selection of original, factory-direct DLP lamps and bulbs - including Philips, Osram, and Neolux - at the lowest prices online. We offer DLP replacement lamps with housing and bare bulbs for every DLP TV make and model!

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ShopJimmy TV Repair & Share Success Stories

42PA30RQ no picture - Mike on December 19th, 2014

Set had the fairly common problem of no picture but sound. The Vs and Va voltages appear for about two seconds then decay to 0 volts. Power supply was ok. A replacement Y-main and Y- buffer fixed the problem!

32" Samsung Antenna Input Not Working - Kerry on December 18th, 2014

Antenna input didn't work. The HDMI and AV inputs all worked fine. I found the BN94-02649 replacement video on Shopjimmy.com. From the video, I could see all inputs came through the main board. The video also gave me details as to how to replace it.

Mitsubishi DLP Chip Replacement - Jim on December 18th, 2014

With the help of the Shop Jimmy videos on You Tube I was able to easily diagnose the problem. Then, with the help of the ShopJimmy.com website and a call to Customer Service the correct chip arrived. Within an hour I completed the repair. Thank you!!

Visio 47 inch TV no picture - Robert on December 18th, 2014

I took the back cover off the Vizio TV. It had audio but no picture. Found the capacitors on the inverter boards were leaking. Installed new inverter boards and TV worked great.

Samsung HLS6187 is all better now! - John on December 18th, 2014

Very easy to do. My "a-ha" was that my model doesn't require removing the light engine because there's nothing blocking in the board I needed to access. I just pulled up a chair behind the TV and went to work!

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