Question about Mitsubishi WD-52725 52". Rear Projection HDTV

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Vertical Lines on my 3 year old WD-52725

Vertical lines appear on 90% of the screen. Starting from the left to the right they are evenly spaced apart.

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  • mmiller733 Dec 18, 2008

    Thank you for your help - do you know what the general cost of the repair will be ?

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This is a horizontal problem in the tv circuit. you must bring this in nearest service center

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I believe the format, or FMT board is going bad. this is not a do it yourselfer type repair, unless you have extensive electronics background - I have one myself with the same problem. I am waiting to get a new FMT board for mine.

Posted on Dec 18, 2008

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    Josh Crager Dec 18, 2008

    Unfortunately, This is one of Mitsubishi's "cursed sets" it seems. I personally love Mitsu, but the 52525 and the whole ***25 line has been riddled by problems of bad capacitors, overheating, bad modules and bad color wheels. I am not trying to bad mouth Mitsubishi in any way, as I said before, they make a great product... they just failed on this particular line of DLP sets. As far as repairing this unit, I would not even recommend it due to the possibility that even IF you changed the FMT board, two months or so from now the color wheel could fail, or maybe the dm module caps will fail..I guess what I am trying to say is that you have basically gotten the "useful life" from your set.

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