Question about Mitsubishi WS-65513 65" Rear Projection HDTV
The blinking can last an hour or a weekend. Its happining more frequently now and im unable to get it to reset. When its working its perfect but i cant afford the repair call cost. Ive been quoted 160.00 just to drive the 4 miles to my home and another said it needs a computer at 700.00 dollars minimum. Ill buy a new LCD for that price. Is there a fix for this problem that i can do. Im a pretty good fix it person and i can follow directions. Thankyou Tim Hatecrow@verizon.net
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Tech Man is right on with his suggested solution. Just wanted to add that your TV may contain a series of pico fuses that will have a bluish of greenish color (sorry...I am a little color blind). They will have a similar shape to a 1/4 watt resistor without the color bands and will have location IDs such as FA005 or FD005 etc. You should also be able to get the values of each of the pico fuses from the circuit board around the location Ids as well. But as mentioned by Tech man, make sure you do not have a defective diode or transistor first or you will not only open the possibility of "back to square one" but things could get worse. Hope this info. helps.
Posted on Aug 20, 2006
Please study the procedure at the following address.....
use 1000mf 25v or 35v 105 degree capacitors to replace
original four 1000mf 16v..............if new ones are a little
too high,just lay them over on board........
Look it over..........let me know......................T.
Posted on Jan 07, 2008
A quick fix for this is to use a hair dryer to heat up the capacitors and then plug the tv back in. It should only take about 90-120 seconds to heat them up depending on how hot the dryer is. The cap's are located on the right side. Take the front cover off the TV, and heat up the box that is about the size of a small cable box on the right side. Once the cap's are warm, they will stay warm as long as the TV stays plugged in.
Posted on Jan 31, 2008
i held menu and device for about 10-15 seconds on my WS-55515 and the blinking went away and my tv works just fine after that
Posted on Apr 21, 2008
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