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$224.95

Samsung/Mitsubishi/Toshiba 4719-001997 DLP Chip

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Samsung/Mitsubishi/Toshiba 4719-001997 DLP Chip (NEW / ORIGINAL)

$224.95

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  • 180-Day Warranty

Why buy a DLP Chip from us? - This is a brand new DLP chip that we get exclusively from the manufacturer. It works in various Mitsubishi, Samsung, and Toshiba DLP TV models. You won't find this original DLP chip elsewhere at this price!
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Please note that this DLP Chip and the Mitsubishi 276P595010 DLP Chip are compatible and work for the same DLP TV models and symptoms.

When replacing your DLP chip in a Toshiba TV you may have to change the DMD/Formatter board. If you have black vertical bars or a broken mosaic picture after a new DLP chip installation, the DMD/Formatter should be changed.

Repair the "white dot" issue on your DLP TV! This new, factory-direct DLP chip that will work in various Mitsubishi, Samsung, and Toshiba DLP TV models. Some common issues this DLP chip will fix include: white dots, vertical lines, and more.

Reference our videos below if you need help replacing the chip in your DLP TV. Also, don't forget to grab this handy DLP Chip Installation Kit to help you properly replace your DLP chip!


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  • SKU: sj-4719-001997
  • Warranty: 180-Day Warranty
  • Part Type: DLP Chip, DMD IC
  • Part Number: 4719-001997
  • Part Usage: DLP
  • MFR Part Number 1: Samsung 4719-001997
  • MFR Part Number 2: Samsung 4719-001985
  • MFR Part Number 3: Samsung 4719-001999, Mitsubishi 276P595010, Mitsubishi DMD-IC-NOV39, 1910-6145w
  • Board Number(s): 1910-6143W, 1910-6145W, 1910-6103W, 1910-6106W, 1910-6146W
  • Substitute Parts: 4719-001985, 4719-001999, 276P595010
  • Notes, Comments & Additional Information: ShopJimmy recommends ordering by part number whenever possible. Often times there are TV models that use more than one set of parts and/or panels.
  • Brands: Mitsubishi, Samsung, Toshiba
  • Important Message: Buy from the nation's largest and most-trusted source of DLP chips. FREE Standard Shipping in the US!

    Please note that this DLP Chip and the Mitsubishi 276P595010 DLP Chip are compatible and work for the same DLP TV models and symptoms.

    When replacing your DLP chip in a Toshiba TV you may have to change the DMD/Formatter board. If you have black vertical bars or a broken mosaic picture after a new DLP chip installation, the DMD/Formatter should be changed.
  • TV Part Types: Chip

Repair & Share Success Stories: Samsung/Mitsubishi/Toshiba 4719-001997 DLP Chip (NEW / ORIGINAL)

mitsubishi DLP color chip - FRANK on January 18th, 2019

watched a youtube video on chip replacement. strait forward, cleaned the internal color box parts, the lens was dust covered cleaned with alcohol inserted the chip put things back together. the picture was brilliant. cleaning the lens was helpful. no more white spots. seems that dust is an issue as well. will probably pull the color box and clean the lens in 2 years.

I finally committed and it paid off - Shelly on December 28th, 2018

I could not be happier! I considered just tossing my 10 year old DLP TV but took a shot at repairing it. Shop Jimmy just as the best help and tutorials out there. After 2 tries, taking everything apart and putting it back together, I figured out that I was not setting my chip fully because I was getting vertical lines. Hint-on my model, I had to set the chip, screw down my DMD board before screwing down my heat sink. Be patient, use several labeled cups for screws and take photos to remember all connections. My 10 year old 65" looks BRAND NEW! I saved money and learned something by doing it MYSELF! What Shop Jimmy does is just good business! Thank you!

New dpl chip - Ashley on December 27th, 2018

I watch the shopjimmy video and did it step-by-step kept my screws separate and labeled, took a lot of pictures as I was doing the job just like the video said do and everything went well. TV works and looks good as new.

White and colored dots on Samsung 67inch television - Jerry on December 5th, 2018

I diagnosed that the problem was caused by a bad DLP chip. Ordered a replacement from ShopJimmy and had an installer put it in. TV works great again and no more dots.

Saved about $1,750 - Bill on November 17th, 2018

Our 73" Mitsubishi developed white dots. At first there was just one and we could live with it. Then there were more until we had as many as 18 dots and we decided we needed to buy a new TV. We went to the store where we bought this TV and told them why we were looking for a replacement. They "guessed" our symptoms (the white dots) and said that we could replace the chip for about $500. I researched, watched repairs on YouTube and shopped at ShopJimmy.com where I found the chip for about half of that price. The replacement went smooth - took about 45 minutes, and our picture is perfect again! No need to buy that new TV yet.

White dots on dlp - Christian on November 13th, 2018

Thanks to your videos, i was able to replace my dlp chip with no issues. TV works brand new again. Big Thank you

Don't toss out that DLP just yet. - Arthur on September 25th, 2018

Mitsubishi 65" DLP. Didn't have white dots which seems to be the common problem but 1/2 the screen was stuck with horizontal lines. The other 1/2 of the screen was perfect. Determined it wasn't the lamp so took a shot with a DMD Chip Replacement. Biggest pain was really moving the set downstairs away from the carpet to avoid any static shock. Plenty of videos on-line showing you how to get to the chip and remove it. Take your time, take pictures of everything and yank the bad part. You want some heat sink replacement compound (in my case). Oh and wear gloves. My dumb #$%^ put a nice partial fingerprint on part of the chip and had to go all the way back in a 2nd time to carefully clean it. End result... Perfect picture back on the screen. Yea I could have just spent $1,500 on a new 65" LED with updated 4K technology but instead I spent < $300 on an image that is still 1080P and fine with me. I'd call that a score. Take on the challenge. You can fix it.

67" DLP TV Better Than New! - Dan on September 17th, 2018

Nine years in, started to get the black dot/white dot issue with a failing DLP chip along with some burned in horizontal contrast blowing out on the screen. Replace the chip & voila, the TV is now better than new with fixed contrast, color & clarity!