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62" mitsuabishi WD62525 had it over 5yrs now, we have been changed lamps three times,(geee lots money!!!)it worked ontill now...
two weeks ago blinking red lamp light was on , i thought lights out again so soon, i order new lamp, i cant turn on TV but blinking green timer light, TV is not working, try reset botton, turn off TV few days.
I suspect the lamp area is VERY dirty as is the cabinet's filters and fans. This causes great stress on your tv and lamp. Take the time to clean all of them fully. Is the unit in a dirty area? or in a high temp area? DLP's dont like high temp or contaminated areas as they are NOT air sealed units.
When TV will not turn on press the menu & input buttons on TV's panel, hold for 5 seconds. Count the blinks, eg; blinks 2 then pauses then blinks again. It should do this 3 times.l With that information respond back.Or the d-board is bad.
The continues blinking 99.9 % of the time is four caps on your DM board. The caps are C9B01,C9B02,C9B10 and C9B11 they use 1000UHF the upgrade caps are 680 UHF- 35V. The board is on the very left hand side (from back).
I have performed this repair at least 50 times and it takes me still about 1.5 hours. If you are not handy and do not have a solder station, I would recommend that you call a factory authorized service dealer to perform this repair. With service call and ect. it will cost you around $550.00 and the repair can be done in the home, of course prices varies across the country.
Good Luck, Day, Big Irish.
Please verify Model number off back of set ! .........critical
for correct solution............For example...if your model # ends
with...13, then you will need to replace four capacitors in DM
module...1000mf 25v 105 degree.....if my guess is not correct,
the solution will be different.........................T.