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No picture after changing lamp, tv will not power up.

In Oct. 2008 I replaced the lamp in my WD 62628. This morning I did not have a picture, but I had sound coming from my home theater ceiling speakers. My system, including my Dish PVR is controlled by by Logitech Harmony 880 controller. My TV and all components were purchased July 2006. I have a Monster (Signature series) HTS 5100 MK II Surge protector for all components.

I changed the lamp again. No difference, same issue. I looked at the lamp I removed, it looks fine.

I have also done a reset several times and have pushed the "on" button on the tv itself which does not turn on the tv either.

Any ideas what the issue may be? I've been following a CNET forum on problems w/Mitsubish tv's and see a lot of owners are also having problems w/their tv's also, but have not seen one similar to mine.

Thanks for any advice or info provided!

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  • topheater Dec 28, 2008

    At times tv picture does not come on but sound does. After several resets and leaving tv off awhile it starts to work again. this is very annoying I just ordered a new blub but I don't believe this is the problem.

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Try bringing up the menu. If you can't I'd suspect the fmt board if you can suspect the dm module.
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There is a switch that triggers when you put the vented cover back on the back of the tv. If cover is not on the tv will not come on...may be bad switch.

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Our Mitsubishi WD-62628 screeb/picture will go black, you can still hear the audio. What is the problem??

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