Question about Televison & Video
In march of 08 keever answered a problem about a Mitsubishi WS-65908 TV that had a blinking light on the front and would not stay on after a power outage, he suggested replacing the horizontal output transistor
i have pulled my tv apart and there are two parts that match his discription for the H.O.T. i can not figure out if part A or part B (see pics) are the H.O.T.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Thank you for posting your concern details however i would be needing few more details from your side if necessary and allow me few mins to come up with the resolution.
Posted on May 19, 2008
You may have a blown fuse. Unplug the TV and remove the back. Look for a small fuse near where the power cord goes in.
If it is blown that may be the problem.
Use a magnifying glass to read the AMP rating.
replace the fuse and plug it in. If the fuse blows again you need expert repair services.
If the fuse doesn't blow then try to turn it on.
If it turns on then check the operation of the TV.
If the fuse blows again or the TV won't work correctly then you need expert repair service to fix your TV.
You may be able to have your household insurance pay if it is damaged by lightening or a power surge.
Posted on May 02, 2009
Most likely it is capacitors on the dm board that have gone bad. This is a fairly common problem and has been addressed on fixya many times. If you know someone who is good with soldering and technically incline or even an honest electronics guy then the repair is quite cheap. If you have any other questions please let me know. if its not the capacitors on the DM supply then its a problem with the whole DM assembly that part usually is around 300$. So you may want to consider purchasing a new tv. Trying the 7 caps on the dm supply board shouldn't cost much if it takes anything more then that. I would sell the tv on craigslist or ebay and recoup as much as you can towards your next tv.
Posted on Apr 01, 2010
1blink-then 2 blinks-------no error
2 blink-then 1 blink-------X-ray protection
2 blink-then 2 blink-------SHORT PROTECTION*******
2 blink-then 3 blink---------deflection circuit problem
2 blink-then 4 blink---------vertical circuit problem
If it is 2,4 you have a problem in the vertical circuit and I would suggest you first look for any signs of glycol there.
Let me know if you need more information.
Posted on Oct 01, 2011
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