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Mitsubishi WS-55513 blinking light

I have a Mitsubishi WS-55513 tv and after a power outage it will not turn on and the green light by the power button is blinking.I've tried the reset button and unplugging the power to no avail.This tv from brand new has had a history of shutting down on ocasion but would always start back up untill now.

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  • Terry Palmer Oct 07, 2008

    Tried unplugging the tv for an extended period and did not get any results

  • Terry Palmer Oct 07, 2008

    The link that I got for the service manual did not have a ws-55513 listed.Does that make any difference?What procedures do I have to go through to check the power supply{fuses?)?

  • Terry Palmer Oct 10, 2008

    took the advice of terryfic and replaced the 4 capacitors solving the problem

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Dear,
did u tried by replacing cap. if not then check it plz
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HI you have a power supply problem you need to have a tech fix it the power supply is bad

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    ABHISHEK.C Oct 07, 2008

    That is a convergence problem, to fix it it is necessary checking the soldering at the yokes, test horizontal convergence IC, test a couple of capacitors and resistors on convergence circuit, and sometimes the technician may have to replace the whole convergence pcb inside.



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Click on the link below. It is the service manual, for technicians (very rare) and you shall have all of the information you need to work on this unit forever, Let me know if you need additional assistance as I am prolific in this field.

http://www.techlore.com/downloads/file/7714/VS-50111,_60111,_WS-48311,_55311,_65311,_WS-55411,65411,_73411-2.pdf

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Try first unplugging power cord for one hour.

Posted on Oct 06, 2008

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    Ginko Oct 06, 2008

    If the TV does not turn on, it can have an internal fault.
    When the
    TV main chip detects a problem, like a faulty component on tv board, it
    will prevent TV from switching on, and the unit will stay in standby
    mode. When this happen it is said that the tv is in protect mode.
    Often, after apower outage, the TV goes in protected mode, and you wake it up leaving it unplugged for a certain time, if one hour is not enough , try leaving cord unplugged overnight, also unplug all the other cables.
    If it does not depend on the remote, and the tv is in protect mode, try unplugging tv power cord for one hour or so.
    If this does not work it means the tv is faulty, call the number listed on the user manual to have it repaired.




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    Ginko Oct 07, 2008

    If unplugging the TV did not work, that means that the unit is defective.
    Common problems on TVs affect the power board and other internal parts, but guessing what the problem is , it is not of any use. The TV set must be tested personally by a repairman.
    Unless you have experience in fixing TVs you will need to call a technician on site.
    Servie calls start from $80


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