Question about Mitsubishi WD-52525 52" Rear Projection HDTV
TV purchased on 2/14/2005. Had a bulb replacement in 2007. Everything has worked pretty good except for a couple times tv sound would not come on unless we powered up a second time. Today the screen just became a series of jumping horizontal lines. Can still see the picture but will almost cause a seizure to watch. Tried HMDI (worst picture) S video (Not as bad) and front input with RCA's off a different cable run and box (picture did not have lines but was was blurry with pulsating brightness) Went back to HD box to see how RCA's on front looked and they looked the same, no lines but blurry with the dim/bright screen flash about 3 times per second. Is this the dreaded capacitor issue? I did purchase the Best Buy 4 year extended warranty that is good until 2/14/2009. What do I tell them when I call (can I just get a 1500 plasma), lol?
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Keep talking to the factory, it is their product. Best Buy won't replace unless it is deemed not repairable and/or terms of the contract. You purchased the extra warranty because you most have felt that the TV might break down. Well, it did, now use the contract to repair your TV.
Good Luck, big IRISH.
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