When tv was turned off, everything was working fine. Turned tv on next morning and, Ant.1 showed a black screen with white dots, and computer garbage (It wasn't just static, you can tell it is computer generated lines), moving around and was colored green, The other devices, (ps3 and vcr) had blue screen with a basketball sized ghost floating around in the middle of the screen. Sometimes, audio partially works on ant. 1. I can select demo mode and the picture comes in almost perfect, except for the floating ghost is still present. There are no flashing lights on the front panel, just the one solid green light.
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Re: mitsubishi wd52525 problems
I have thought about this since you first posted it. if the demo is good then the light engine is ok. it sounds like a problem in the chassis. probably on the DM and the terminal board. to repair the chassis would cost about $250.00 plus shipping. go to www.tv-techs.com
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If i am to understand this correctly, this is a rear projection television. Inside there may be 1 - 3 " color " control boards that control the picture before going on to the projector. an accumulation of dust / dirt / debris has adverse affects on electronic componants, make sure they are dust free (compressed air cleans them off quite well. If using a home compressor, make sure there is a vapor filter to remove water from the airlines.)
If they are clean, and as you said you recently had the television serviced to replace the projection lamp, take the television back to the repair shop to have them determine the problem.
If you yourself replaced the projection lamp, be sure to check all connections are properly seated if you had to disconnect something, make sure they are in the proper places, and any connections are securely connected.
If all else fails, have a local electronics / television repair person check the unit for faulty componants.
MAY ONLY BE ABLE TO SELECT ANTENNA A AND B. WITH THE REMOTE CONTROL PRESS MENU, SELECT "SET UP" AND THEN "AV CONNECTION HOME THEATER" SET "AV NETWORK" TO "OFF" AND "TV LOCKED TO INPUT 1" TO "NO" THEN EXIT THE CUSTOMER''S MENU, TURN THE UNIT OFF UNPLUG IT AND THEN PLUG IT BACK IN, IF THE PROBLEM RETURNS AN E2 RESET IS NEEDED. ACCESS THE OPTION MENU BY PRESSING "MENU 1, 3, 7, 0", USE THE ADJUST BUTTON TO SELECT "E2 RESET" AND PRESS "QV". IF THIS IS NOT RESOLVED BY THE E2 RESET REPLACE THE EEPROM, IC701 PART # 275P163010. THE E2 RESET IS ALSO NECESSARY AFTER REPLACEMENT OF IC701.
Good Luck, big IRISH.
Bad capacitors on the FMT there are 3 1000uf 16v capacitors that will cause that symptom. Your onscreen menu is unaffected right? If you need more info or a link to the service manual for thet model you can get the service manual at this link. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
I turned the set on and everything was fine, then the screen went black and mullti-colored horizontal (arched) lines were flashing across the screen. The next day I turned the set on and everything was fine for about 5 minutes then the problem reoccures again. Haven't looked for solutions till now.
Check your set for coolant leakage. It is very prevalent on Mits HDreadys.
If your 4 layer Signal board - beneath the blue gun - has coolant on it, you'll have problems finding a replacement. If it's the boards under the other 2 guns, they can always be repaired as they are single layer.
A drip shed should be installed to keep the coolant off your boards.
Try opening that "Ant A, B" device and apply some fresh solder to all the components inside. Also you can try to by-pass that device using the connector below. One end connects the cable in and the other end connects to the circuitry inside the TV.
Mitsubishi list this problem and has a solution of replacing several small surface mounted caps and diodes. we have tried this repair 5 times and only successfully done it once. so replacing what is called the formatter board part # 930B924002 for around $ 350.00 usually repairs this type of failure, However changing this board is a time consuming thing and takes a lot of Patience. It is buried deep in the set and several other board have to be removed just to get to it