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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!


ShopJimmy TV Repair & Share Success Stories

DLP Chip Replacement - Keith on November 25th, 2014

For the past several months, our Mitsubishi TV started to have multiple white dots show up on the screen. I watch a shopjimmy video on YouTube and I said, I could do this. I ordered the part and 3 days later it arrived and I installed the DLP Chip.

White dots and blinking white dots - Antonio on November 25th, 2014

Very easy with the ShopJimmy videos and Youtube videos. I watch the videos the night before.

resurrected dead VIZIO and VERY HAPPY! - Matthew on November 25th, 2014

My TV picture died. On line research and diagnostics pointed to my backlight inverter and power board. Forums pointed to this site. Ordering was easy, parts arrived quickly and it took me 30 minutes to return my TV to good as NEW!!

The diagnostic videos are great. - Brian on November 24th, 2014

I have a Samsung Plasma TV and one day it just quit. I opened up the TV and the X-Buffer had a burned capacitor so I replaced it. That did not work. I started searching for more information on the internet and found ShopJimmy. The TV now works great. TYVM

Fixed white dots on Samsung TV - Renato on November 24th, 2014

I found the possible problem with my Samsung tv by doing a search on the internet. Most of the information seems to point out that it was the DLP chip. Replaced it (Samsung/Mitsubishi/Toshiba 4719-001997 DLP Chip) and now it looks like a new tv again.

  • TV Model: Other
  • TV Symptoms: White Dots

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