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Mitsubishi electric a/c unit puy-p250ymf-c with fault code 1501 051

Hi 22yooper I check the system with one outdoor unit connected to 10 indoor units and I did not found any problem. At the first time the system was running only with one indoor unit and could be tripped because of it but now there is no reason for it. Can you please help me with it. Many thanks Luis

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The tv is a model# WS48311 serial# 106199. The prob is the set turns on (green light) after 1-2 seconds it shuts off It is a Mitsubishi


Hi Sheldon,


First of all, thank you for posting your question here at Fixya.

The symptoms you've mentioned is an indication that the unit gone to malfunction. My first advice is to unplug the unit from the outlet(AC source) for at least 15 minutes to reset the system and then check if the symptoms remain the same. If yes, lets check the LED error code to determine where the fault came from by following the steps below.


Press and hold for 5 seconds the front panel button keys "Input" and "Menu" at the same time to activate the error code mode. The LED will flashes a two digit error code.
Example : if the error code is "22", the led will flash two times pause and then flash again two times and the error code will cycle for five times.


Please let me know the result to continue our diagnosis.

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sounds like the power supply board is unhappy

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WD- 60738 Just replaced bulb Sept 9, 2011 Unit turns on green flashing timer light, No statis Light, no lamp light. I can hear audio but bulb does not come on. After a few minutes unit shutsdown. The buld...


Hi W Bloom,


First of all, thank you for contacting Fixya.com regarding your TV problem.


My first advice is to do system reset by pressing the "Power" button key at the front panel and hold it for 10 secs.


Please check also if you can access the "Error Code Log" by pressing the "Menu" "3" "5" "6" "4" in sequence before the unit gone to shutdown.


You've mentioned that the bulb has been replaced just last Sept and now it won't come on. The lamp can't be test using the multimeter but you can make a visual inspection to determine its condition. Most of the faulty lamp has an obvious burnt mark. There's a possibility that the symptoms is caused by busted lamp but in your case, if it is a genuine lamp replacement, then high chance that the fault is not the bulb.


You need to check the ballast board but not the high voltage output of it feeding the lamp. No voltage coming out from the power supply board to the ballast board can produced the same symptoms. You have to check the this voltage at connector CJ1, you must get 325V to 340V. Check also the lamp enable at connector CJ3(pin 4) you must get a low voltage upon turning on the set to confirmed that the mainboard giving a signal.


If there's no voltage at CJ1, then the fault is on the power supply board.

If the readings are normal, and still the ballast won't ignite (you can hear a slight snap sound when the ballast board trying to ignite), then you have to replaced it.


Click the link below to order online.


http://bigtvsale.blogge.rs/2011/05/31/discount-replacement-mitsubishi-oem-pwb-ballast-938p178010/


http://www.shopjimmy.com/mitsubishi-938p178010-lamp-ballast.htm


Please let me know if you need further assistance.


Good luck and take care!


Kind Regards,


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How do i change the lock code on my mitsubishi md-60735( 60'' ) tv? also please, why can only turn on and off my tv with only the remote? please help.


The only way to reset on a lock code on a Mitsubishi TV is going to be reseting the unit. I believe this unit is reset by holding down the power button for 10 seconds while the unit is turned on. As for the remote being the only way to turn the TV on, does the button on the front of the unit stick, or seem 'smushy' when you press it?

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My mitsubishi tv WD-52525 does not turn... I replaced the lamp and now the status light keeps blinking. I cannot do anything on the tv and the only way that I can get the tv to power off is by unplugging...


Hi alejimenez31,

This is an indication of out-of-regulation in the power supply section. The very common caused of this fault is the leaky electrolytic capacitor in that section. It will drop the supply from normal voltage and will disable the unit. Sometimes it has a bulged/dome at the top but not all, it is better that you have a capacitor checker/tester to determine its condition. Also, bad solder joints can produce the same symptom, it is hard to spot, you should use table lamp/portable lamp for finding the cold solder. Secondary reason of fault is the open fuse/fusible resistor in series with the output of regulator IC/transistor, shorted/openRegulator IC/transistor, shorted zener diode(all are in the power supply section) and the microcontroller. Best that you check the output voltage of each regulator to determine where the fault came from and narrow the job.

If you don't have necessary tools and test instruments, and can't do the job yourself, I would advice you to look for a professional to troubleshoot the problem. Don't attempt to work in the power supply if you don't know the safety precaution of handling it, there some stored electricity enough to hurt you with a little mistake only.

Also check if your unit is under warranty /extended warranty, avail it because the manufacturer of your unit will fix it for free. Don't open the back panel, this will void the warranty.

Hope I helped you.

Have a nice day!

Thanks for using Fixya.

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Mitsubishi 52825 TV has new lamp. Green light goes on then it goes to red. Reset on front of TV and after several attempts had a picture. Recently, the green light was on with no picture I turned off then...


Try these first then we will check the internal components
TV needs servicing CERTIFIED TV EXPERT HERE, follow this information I provided 3 long solutions to this issue/s Solution 1 Before we start taking things apart, lets try your simple remove power plug routine and power system back up. Also, please try your unit on a few different channels to see if your problem continues on each channel. Your Main Board, Power Board, T-Control Board are suspected problems at this time. Press and hold the power button for about 15 seconds, the unit should power down by itself after you have powered it on. If it does not, then do not be concerned. Let me know if the problem continues. The first link below will bring you directly to the troubleshooting guide if you need to continue forward with the same error. Additional information http://www.fixya.com/support/r5093881-lcd_flat_panel_tv_troubleshooting_guide Failed TV and Monitors: http://s807.photobucket.com/home/budm/allalbums http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capacitor_plague Parts: www.shopjimmy.com 2 Lets focus on the external portion of the TV set first (95 percent of all TV problems are related to things EXTERNAL To the tv itself) Check the physical CONNECTION of all cables by removing each wire bare or RCA and reinstalling it (Each power cable as well), once you have removed one cable, check it for fraying, and if it is already bare, splice a new fresh connection for it. 5. Check to make sure there are NO OTHER uneeded radios, system nearby. these systems, when powered on, will cause electromagnetic interference and prevent more than just severe tv interference SURGE PROTECTOR Surge protectors account for more than 75 percent of electric faults to stereo equipment. Lets start with your AC Wall outlet. It is standard in america that 220 Volts from out of these outlets. This implies that each device will be using 220 Volts (From within that grid zone). If anything including an alarm clock is plugged into any AC outlet socket in the vicinity of the stereo equipment/TV, it will cause electric outage, and prevent electronics from even turning on! Your TV needs dedicated electric power. If your TV is located in the living room then unplug everything else in the living room. Lets plug the TV set into a Dedicated socket. Check all light switches to ensure that power is on for that outlet. Check the TV cable for Fraying both on the ac wall end and where it plugs into the TV. Check all GFCI outlets to ensure that all red reset buttons are pushed in, check the circuit breakers for proper connection and they are turned on. Now, lets try the TV set without it connected to any cable services, vcr, dvd, stereo system, etc. Please respond if we have found a solution. 3 When troubleshooting these units, there are always several variables to consider. First check to see what last occurred with the unit such as did the children play video games, did the electricity go out due to bad weather. You may see that there are many possibilities but let's focus on what occurred last to the unit. Once we determine what happened last, we may isolate the actual cause of the problem. The actual cause may be associated with projection issues, older versions (Picture tube), interference from devices located nearby, and even a radio turned on and located really close to your unit. This is normally known as electromagnetic interference to electronics and is very common with the error you have provided today. Please continue to look for anything EXTERNAL to the unit before looking at the internal components. I have been working on these a long time so feel free to follow up with me

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I have a Mitsubishi wt 46809 with a error code of flash flash pause flash flash


That is error code 22 which means the unit had a momentary recovery from a reset. You should unplug it for 30 minutes, then plug in and try it again. This will reset the fault and if there are no other problems the unit will work ok. Let me know if you need more help. Thanks for using FixYa and for the generous rating.

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