Question about Mitsubishi VS-50605 50" Rear Projection Television

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Vertical wrap over & Horizontal tear...

I am working on repairing an arcade video game (crisis zone) which has this type of projection screen. Any help/tip you can provide will be helpful as we are not familiar with Mitsubishi televisions.

Would it be possible to speak with a live technician via telephone

Thank You,
Sherry Modrak - Video Technician
Game Doc
800-766-3166

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SOURCE: Mitsubishi Projection Television wont turn on

Un plug the set first then remove the back, and depending on the model number you should have two or three fuses on the board on the right side where the power goes check them for continuity with an ohms meter. What is the model number of your set? Also does the led indicator light up?

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SOURCE: Mitsubishi WS-55313 no video

Resolder the vertical output IC that should take care of your problem.

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SOURCE: Mitsubishi WT-46805 46 in. Rear Projection Television- No Picture

I had audio and no video. Now I cant get ant thing and the TV turns off by itself

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SOURCE: Mitsubishi rearTV has intermittent wavy lines running throughout

Do you have anything to test it in 1080i? Does it do it on all connections or just one? I had a similar problem with my TV that turned out to be a bad input board. Mine would only display 1080i through the Component connections. All others would show pink and green wavy lines. It cost me around 500 to fix it. Unplug the TV. Remove the back cover for the TV. Using a NON-metal object, or gloves, wiggle the input board (that has all the video connections on it) slowly back and forth and see if the problem comes and goes. You will have to have someone watching for you. If something is loose on that board, the problem should show itself. Narrowing down the problem will probably save you money on repair bills.

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