Question about Mitsubishi WD-62525 62" Rear Projection HDTV
I have had a Mitsubishi DLP 52525 for 2+ years now and recently the green timer light started to rapidly blink when the unit was turned on and it continued to blink without the picture coming on. After discconnecting the power and then using the system reset button, the problem remained. I swapped out the lamp and the tv worked for about a day and now the same problem is occurring. I have hit the system reset button but to no avail. There is nothing in the manual that deals with what is indicated by a constant blinking green timer led. Looking for suggestions. I have the same problem.. the green light is blinking all the time.. I disconnected the power and then reset the unit but still is blinking. I had this TV now for 5 years and never had to change the bulb light... what can I do to solve this issue?
Try the ballast that gives power to the lamp,I have the same problem,got a lamp for $109.00 at discount-merchant,thisa is my second problem with this tv in about 3 years,sucks.
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
the dlp will most likely need a qualified mits repair center to take over for you. repairing that set is pretty involved. and the parts you would need are not available to the public.
on your 48" CRT projection check the DM module for 4 vented 1000mf 16v capacitors. replacement should get you tv working great
Posted on Feb 20, 2008
Replace the 1000uf capacitors on the DM board. thats whats causiong the problem. If you need further help go to this link they have your service manual available for emailing after purchase and that will entitle you for free tech support and one of their techs can fix those sets in his sleep he will walk you through the repair which parts are only about 20 dollars to fix the problem.
Posted on May 08, 2008
REPLACED CAPACITORS ON POWER SOPPLY -- DM BOARD AND FMT BOARD ..
OOOH THEY LOOK GOOD .DON'T THINK TO MUCH....REPLACED.
1000MF X16 V. 8 TOTAL.....
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
I don't know about nettiser's credentials, but I've found plenty of people who would disagree with his/her assessment.
The flashing green timer light after a lightning storm seems to be a very common problem with old Mistubishi rear projection TV's. A friend and I had the exact same problem.
Using this and other sites, I spent $36 bucks and a little time with a soldering iron to replace the capacitors on the DM board and got mine up and running (WS55859). I've never really worked on electronic circuit boards before, but the helpful advice at these sites got me up and running. Definitely check it out before you hire someone or replace your TV:
Repair Kit with instructional CD available at:
for under $40 plus shipping.
Discussion of process in detail at:
for the WS55859 model, which may be a little different.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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