Does anyone happen to know where I can obtain a owner's manual for this Mitsubishi television? Frustrated . . .Jamie
I want to change the audio type this in stereo and sap and I want to only put it in stereo
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The manual for Mitsubishi TV model CS-31205 can be found by clicking the link below (Although the link says "CS 31305" , other models such as CS-31205, CS- 31309, and CS-31304, will use this guide as well) Download Mitsubishi CS 31305 Owner Manual
Available for download (and offline viewing) in PDF format with a very short registration, or bookmark in your browser, and utilize online.
i hope LED blinks when it shuts down .... if yes then ......flyback transformer is weak ..... replace with same part number........GUARNTEE ITWORKS ........( REMEMBER equivalent flyback will not work..........) ..............................if LED is also off then all transisitors, diodes & ic's hav to be checked .... but flyback transformer replacing is a must...............
After a pulled plug got me Speaker off I was frustrated for weeks and found no solution online until I looked at a site offering original remotes and realizes I was using a VCR's remote for the TV. The Manual was long ago destroyed and is not available online that I can find, but I dug around for the oriignal remote and clicking the Audio button repeatedly brought up the Speaker: Off option and then it was just a press of Adjust to turn it back to On - problem solved.
I don't know if there is a way to do it without the remote, but the only controls on the TV are those on the front and in addition to steps people online suggested I think I must have tried every combination possible of pressing those in sequence or together as well as everything I could think of on the other Mitsubishi remote and the Universal remote I had been using.
Oddly the Closed Caption function in that set is accessed with the remote by pushing the VIDEO button which cycles through contrast, brightness, tint, color and eventually to CC. You don't need the factory remote just one of those generics specific to operating a Mitsubishi tv. Just google Mitsubishi remote and you'll find some relatively cheap that work fine.
I am not sure if this works for your model, but if you have the original remote, turn the TV on, point the remote at the TV and press the "QV" (quick view) and the "9" buttons at the same time. Let me know if that works.