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Green blinking light

We bought the mitsubishi ws-65713 from a friend. It was working at his house. Now the grren light will not stop rapidly blinking even after using the re-set button and the tv will not do anything

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  • bmamanini Sep 12, 2008

    The model number is ws-65713 . Can you tell me how to fix it?

  • bmamanini Sep 12, 2008

    After taking the back off, I was unable to find a metal can. There is a metal box, about 10in by 10in and 1inch wide......is this it?

  • bmamanini Sep 12, 2008

    Tim,

    Thank you so much! My husband found them, they look ok, but he is going to try replacing them anyway. Our friend had this problem and replaced them and it fixed it, but then when we moved the t.v. to our house it was acting up again. I will let you know tommorrow if it works. Have a great day.

    Jody

  • bmamanini Sep 13, 2008

    Tim,

    IT WORKED!!!! Thank you so very much! You were so helpful, I was wondering, is it possible to get your e-mail address directly, so that if we have a problem in the future, we can just contact you directly instead of using this website? Also, my husband is an electrical contractor and he said if he can ever help you with advice on that subject please don't hesitate to ask. If you are agreeable to sending me your e-mail, just answer this post with it then I will send you a confirmation e-mail with ours so we can help each other in the future. Thanks, Jody

  • Zipcoolie Sep 14, 2008

    When set is plugged in, get green blinking light on the front, and set will not do anything. Will not power up.

  • John Howe Dec 13, 2008

    I started having this same problem - flashing green light last night. Can you send me your solution to this problem? THanks!!

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The DM module in the TV is bad. Some can be fixed easily some cannot. What is the model #?

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    experttv Sep 12, 2008

    This can useually be fixed by changing C9B01, C9B02, C9B10 AND C9B11 you will need to know how to solder well in order to change these caps. These are all located on the DM module.

    If you take the back off the set and look on the left hand side there is a big metal can standing up. under this is the DM module. Getting all this out is a delicate procedure and should be done wiht caution. Always make sure the set is unpluged. If you need more info please ask. Also if you are having touble finding the parts you can post pictures here and i will edit them and post them back to you. Let me knwo what you would like to do.

    P.S A repair man will most likly charge $300-$400 for this repair.



    Tim Nolan

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    experttv Sep 12, 2008

    Yes under that is the DM module. Sorry for not being very discriptive, we call that a can. You will need to slide the whole chassis back about 6 to 8 inches to get that metal box off. there are 2 screws on the side of that box that go into the board below you will need to remove those as well as the 2 in the back on the bottom that you will see when you take the plastic pice off the back of the metal can. Finnaly there are 2 small screws in the top of that metal box that are screwed into the dm mod around the usb cable and IEE cable, these also need to be removed. Once you slide the chassis back, and pull out the 6 screws, you will want to take the can off carefully and then pull the dm out (it is hard to pull out you will want to put presure on the board below while pulling up on it so that you do not damage the board it plugs into.) Once the dm is out look at it for the 4 capacitors mentioned above. They will be bubled up on the top, this means they are bad. replace them and put the set back together and you should be up and running. If you have any questions about anything or are unsure or just need more claification please let me know right away. I would rather answer 20 questions from you then have your set tore up because we missed something.



    Thanks

    Tim Nolan

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    experttv Sep 13, 2008

    My email is experttv@comcast.net. Talk to you soon.

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I have a mitsubishi WS65713. We had a power flicker and the green light started blinking and nothing we do stops it or gets our TV to turn back on?


the DM pcb has several capacitors on it that go bad
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The repairs are fairly straight forward if you are comfortable with electro-mechanical dis-assembly, soldering repair, and re-assembly.

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Diane,

I do not have the service manual but have instructions with pictures. Will email them to you. If you have never soldered check look for instructions on utube and with some practice you will be able to de-solder and solder. A utube video that is great is at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_NU2ruzyc4. Good luck.

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