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Menu comes up, sound comes up, but no picture

Everything works-I even get the menu up without a problem, but there is no picture! From the back you can see that there is something going on, but all there is is a blank screen.

Any easy way to fix this?

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  • wings_it
    wings_it May 11, 2010

    something is going on?? can you describe please.

    Did you try with a dvd player or any other source?

    Do you have sound?

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SOURCE: MITSUBISHI vs-7083

What is your source? Antenna, cable, or satellite?
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Posted on Feb 22, 2008

SOURCE: Mitsu vs60603 menu ?

Reset doesnt work. Power cord plugged in, green power/timer light on but no sound or pic using the front panel or remote?? Help???

Posted on Aug 19, 2008

Russmann
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SOURCE: sound but no picture, menu looks bowed/hourglass screen

This is a common problem on projection sets and if you have someone carefully resolder the pins of the convergence chips, it will probably solve your problem. If you continue to use the set, the amps will fail and leave a dead set condition. What needs to be done is to disconnect the power, remove rear cover, loosen all snug wiring making sure to mark any wires that you disconnect, remove screws holding chassis in and undo plastic hooks at front of chassis, access bottom of circuit boards and with low wattage soldering iron resolder convergence amps, reinstall chassis and rehook all plugs in original places especially ground wires and high voltage leads, and test. If the soldering iron is too powerful it will damage the chips, also, be sure each solder joint is clean and not touching the one next to it or you will fry circuitry. Hope this helps. Russmann.

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

MikeMaierTV
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SOURCE: blank screen no sound,but all menu options show on

This was a common problem with this set there is a repair and a bypass posted on my website www.competition-tv.com simply click the link on the first page marked Mits bypass

Posted on Dec 18, 2009

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