Question about Mitsubishi VS-60609 60" Rear Projection Television
Power the tv on and green light either flickers or goes out completely. If it goes out completely, the tv will turn off automatically. I pulled the chassis out today and noticed if I applied inward pressure on the top right side of the a/v input/output board..the problem would not surface. I not sure if thats the official name of that or not..Its the board you would plug/screw the cable cord or audio cords into. I notice it connects at the bottom..but unsure of the necessary steps to correct this. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
I have pics but see no way of posting them on here.
You are dealing with bad solder connections. The solution is to pull the board, put it under a magnifying glass and resolder all suspicious connections. before going too far with pulling the chassis, look over all the boards near the egde under the tubes. Be sure there is no liquid present, if there is give it up the set is toast. If not then continue on and place piece of plastic draped over the front of the left and middle boards to about 5 inches in towards the center just before putting the back on the set.
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This is an indication of a problem in the power supply. This problem can be in the switching power supply or in the high voltage power supply in either case there is some overcurrent or overvoltage condition which is cuasing the issue. Look for blown fuses and replace them, once this is done power on the set. If this works then great, but if not look at what is happening prior to the fuse blowing. Then using the schematic and a voltmeter attempt to find the shorted or open components by the lack of proper voltage readings. However if you do not have a background in electronics, I would suggest that call a TV repair shop and have this TV repaired.
I hope this helps,
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