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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
they are fairly similar to each other, did you get a error code from the led by pressing menu and input both in together and holding for 5 seconds?
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
SOURCE: Mitsubishi VS 5047. Won't turn
I had just put in about $500 worth of work into this TV to clean the color tubes of bacteria and other miscellaneous problems - They kept my TV for 3 months before bringing it back. It worked for 2 days and then everything went green, so they came back and took it for another 30 days before bringing it back.
This new problem could have been anything as simple as a tube to a circuitry problem. We decided to junk this Mitsubishi product. I have a 30 year old Curtis Mathis TV that I've never had any problems with (that's 3 times the age of the Mitsubishi).
We've opted for a new 50-inch Panasonic Plasma with the anti burn in technology. I will not buy another Mitsubishi product, or a rear projection TV of any brand after this experience.
Posted on Aug 24, 2008
You should call a good TV Tech. This problem cannot be solved by a consumer. The one thing you might try is to unplug it from the wall for a few minutes and then try it again.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
Is this a CRT (picture tube) or LCD, DLP projetion set. DLP and LCD are lamp driven CRT have three picture tubes (red green and blue). You can tell by looking at the back pof the set if you see the glow of white light than it's a LCD or DLP. Lamps can be purchased at "bluestar international" ($100-$400) (google it) and CRT's are not worth replacing (over $300 each_)
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
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Some Projection TV's has a small round fuse in the back inside by the power cord. This fuse may be blown out. Before removing the back cover be safe and unplug the TV. Also if the inside is dusty take a duster and blow some of the dust out.
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