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Hi, I have Mitsubishi WD 52525 TV that won't turn on. It has the constant blinking green light. I have the back of the set off but can't get the three metal boxes containing the circuit boards out. Can you tell me how to remove them? My set has a different configuration than the ones described in the threads. Help! John

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You can get the V26 DM kit at the following link which will help you out.
http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/

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