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sounds as if you may need to degauss (remove residual magnetic field) your set, such magnetism can cause the final image to become distorted. many televisions have a degauss utility in their menues

Mitsubishi WD... | Answered on May 14, 2016


Probably a failing power supply.

Mitsubishi WD... | Answered on Apr 28, 2016


TV codes, if any, for universal remotes are gotten from the manufacturer of the remote.

Mitsubishi WD... | Answered on Mar 23, 2016


Hello, count the blinking light pattern. It may blink 2 to 9 times, pause and repeat the pattern again. Does it ever light the screen when it's cycling on and off? Let me know....tks

Mitsubishi WD... | Answered on Mar 10, 2016


double vision ( ghosting) sometimes indicates an antenna misalignment/ bad connections or reflection of the signal from something like a roof or building wall

Mitsubishi WD... | Answered on Feb 15, 2016


It may indicate the lamp needs replaced, or that the cooling fans are not turning. When the controller senses too much lamp current, or dimmer than minimum light output, the controller will shut down the lamp to prevent damage. Replacing the lamp fixes that. Over-heating, or fans not rotating will cause the controller to shut OFF the TV. Clean and lubricate the fans with a vacuum and a tiny drop of lubricant on each motor bearing. Also clean and vacuum the air filters. Dust and dirt are the enemies of fans and lamps. Regards.

Mitsubishi WD... | Answered on Jan 05, 2016


Read Owner's Manual. Usually blinks when shutting down and waiting for fans to cool lamp below set temperature, then turns OFF. Takes several minutes. Regards.

Mitsubishi WD... | Answered on Jan 05, 2016


Connect a good HDMI device to the HDMI port on your TV. Make sure the TV HDMI port is selected using your TV remote. Turn ON the HDMI device. If the port is working, the TV and HDMI device will establish a connection and the screen should show some kind of menu display for the device. Regards.

Mitsubishi WD... | Answered on Jan 05, 2016


It means that some of DLP connections are either misaligned, or have failed to make a connection. Reheat the connections to try correct this or re-align the DLP chip. This ususally is a nightmare! Regards.

Mitsubishi WD... | Answered on Jan 05, 2016


Replace whole board. The BGA is nearly impossible to replace without special jigs and machines. Regards.

Mitsubishi WD... | Answered on Jan 05, 2016


It means that the color wheel or it's encoder is not properly syncing with the controller. It is therefore blanking the DLP chip on the red and blue sections of the color wheel. Clean the color wheel motor and encoder disk, lubricate the motor. This should correct the problem. There may be dirt in the opto-coupler that is reading the color wheel. Be sure to clean it with a vacuum and small brush. Regards.

Mitsubishi WD... | Answered on Jan 05, 2016

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