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the connector itself can be replaced but I would also make sure the lamp fan is running properly and isnt full of dust. that is what usually happens.
on Oct 02, 2015
My mitsubishi tv wont show a picture but it will make sounds
Hello, there are several things, a bad ballast board that provides the lamp with it's voltage to run it. Also a bad power supply can cause it. a bad Color Wheel will also stop it from coming on, if you heard a high pitched squealing sound before it went out, the color wheel would be my best guess.....tks
on Jan 31, 2015
I have a mitsubishi WD 6573TV. Sound Issue. Last night I came home and have picture but no sound. I completely powered it down and let it set overnight. Came in today had sound but could not control
Try a "REBOOT"
Reset, Initialization &
Front Panel Reset & Initialization
Many customer generated symptoms, intermittent symptoms
or symptoms that cannot be duplicated can be resolved
by performing resets or initialization from the front
panel. To avoid making nuisance service calls that may
not be covered under the warranty, ask the customer to
perform the following functions before going to their
The most common are:
• System Reset (Re-boot)
• A/V Reset (Resets Customer Audio/Video
• Initialization (Resets all customer options,
settings and menu items)
Use the Front Panel Guide as a reference to quickly
perform the desired function. Note: Button location may
differ by model.
The Reset - Initialization Guide details all resets and initialization
Front Panel Guide
1) SYSTEM RESET1 - Reboots Set
(Same as Cycling AC Power)
Power LED will flash for about
2) A/V RESET2 <FORMAT+GUIDE>
Resets all Customer Audio/Video Settings
FORMAT GUIDE INPUT
3) INITIAL2 <FORMAT+INPUT>
Resets all Customer Menu and
LED DIAGNOSTICS3 <INPUT+MENU>
In case of failure, a 2 digit error code will
be indicated by the POWER/TIMER LED.
1 Perform while the set is either On or Off. (See section on LED Diagnostics)
2 Perform while the set is On.
3 Perform while the set is Off.
on May 15, 2014
Make sure the speakers have not been turned off in the menu. If not--the amp chip in the Tv could have been killed. Along with a fuse or resistor in line with it. Not usually a hard problem to fix.
on May 08, 2014
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