Question about Mitsubishi VS-45605 50" Rear Projection Television
I have a Mitsubishi VS-45605 big screen television.When the tv is initially turned on, there are black lines across the screen, and it kind of looks like the picture is rolling.It does eventually stop. Sometimes it takes 5 mins. and other times it takes a day. I am almost sure it has something to do with the vertical hold, but I can't find where I should adjust.
There is no vertical hold in the tv circuits now adays. You may find a vertical center or a vertical height. Your problem sounds like (if it has PIP Thats Picture in Picture) its in the PIP module and its a small module that stands up and most models of Mistubishi this module is no longer availabvle. The problem with the module is the small pana caps are leaking and ruins the PC traces. I have heard that theres a kit available on E-Bay to jump out this module. Now if its not the PIP model then it could be a few capacitors in the vertical sweep circuit. Also the B+ feed off the Flyback that supplies voltage to the vertical output IC could have a bad or leaky capacitor in the circuit. If your not a tech or solid state troubleshooter theres not much you can do and SHOULD take this set in to a repair center. Good Luck
Posted on May 21, 2006
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