Question about Mitsubishi WS-65908 TV
I am hoping to get some help with my problem.
Error Code 24
So here is the deal - I push the power button, I get the usual 'click' followed by the usual high voltage crackle, then 'click' it shuts off..
I have checked pico fuses (F9A04 and F9A05), 3.9 Ohm feedback resistors (R8C05, R8C06, R8C13, R8C14, R8C21, R8C22, R8C29, R8C30, R8C37, R8C38, R8C45, and R8C46), and 150 Ohm resistors (R8C07, R8C15, R8C23, R8C31, R8C39, and R8C47) and they all seem fine.
I am about to change the convergence ICs, but I was hoping to get a second opinion first.
If you have an ohm meter, check the resistance from F9A04 to ground, and then reverse the leads and check F9A05 to ground. These supply +24 and -24 to the convergence integrated circuits. The conv ic's may be bad. Also, code 24 usually indicates vertical deflection failure as well. One other check to make.....The pic tubes on this set may leak a few drops of coolant onto the boards. Look VERY carefully for liquid drops on the boards or a green and or white corrosion spot or two on the boards under the pic tubes-near the front of the chassis.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
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