Mitsubishi ws-55859 projection tv with 2-3 error code
2-3 error code is horizontal deflection.......i checked the horizontal output transistor and checked fine....prior to this error i was getting 2-2 so i cahnged the 2 conv ics and also found 2 bad conv resistors so changed them and now i get error 2-3
i also checked solders at flyback transformer and two T marked transformers and the solders are fine......what else can i check
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You have a problem in the horizontal deflection board. It will start with bad capacitors and poor grounds. You may also have a high voltage switching transistor along with one or two horizontal transistors that are bad. I would certainly start here. The convergence board occasionally will do this, but not in this case. Ask a TV tech to check the the deflection board. And mention it may also be a bad Vertical IC is shutting the TV down as well. You are now armed to speak with a TV Repairman. Good Luck and thanks for asking!
That's error code 23. The manual says that is loss of horizontal deflection. Maybe shorted-out Hor. Out. transistor, but it should be looked at by a shop if you're not a technician. probably at least $200, may be $400 for them to fix.
It is usually a vertical deflection circuit problem. Here's the basic troubleshooting:
Make sure that no front panel buttons are inadvertently stuck in an "engaged" position.
Press MENU button. If a small horizontal line appears at the center of the screen, you have lost vertical sweep on your TV. The protection circuit shuts down the picture to protect the tubes from burning a line across them. The intermittent problem may indicate a loose solder. Try resoldering the vertical output IC. The IC along with the B+ feed resistor back in the sweep power supply is most probably bad or has a loose solder.
Press the DEVICE and MENU
buttons on the front panel simultaneously and hold it for 5 seconds to
activate the Error Code Operational Check. The status LED indicator
will then flash denoting a two digit code.
Count the number of flashes then pauses for about a
half second then flashes again. The first number of flashes indicates
the first digit of the error code and the second number of flashes
indicates the second digit of the code. For example, if the error code
is "24", the LED will flash 2 times, pauses, then flashes 4 times. The
error code is repeated a total of 5 times. Error 24 indicates a vertical deflection circuit failure.
Please let me know the code you'll and I'll tell you where the problem lies and how to fix it.
Error code 23 means "Loss of Horizontal Deflection" that means horizontal section of TV is not working. Cause can be horizontal out transistor is short or not getting +B volts from power supply. If you understand schematic, I can email you complete repair manual of Mitsubishi WS-65809 that will help you to diagnose problem by measuring volts and checking parts. Thanks.
Code 23 means horizontal deflection failure. Check your horizontal output transistor. Or the horizontal drive transformer solder joints as well as the horizontal yoke pin connections for bad sloder.Hope this helps. if I can be of further assistance let me know
Unfortunately, problems in the deflection circuit can involve expensive parts. This type of repair is not for the do it yourselfers. It requires proper test equipment and diagnostic experience. Look to spend at least $350 and up. Maybe Santa will bring you a new plasma for Christmas. Good luck