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

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Devices do not display visual or audio input, just a blue screen.

The TV displays a blue screen instead of the normal picture. This is the exact same thing that happens when the device is off. However, the device is correctly plugged in and on. This problem exists for every device plugged into the TV, including a DirecTV box, DVD player, and an XBox 360.

The tv had been having some display issues recently, but these would fix themselves by simply switching the device menu back and forth. We have tried the manual system reset on the front of the tv, to no avail.

Thanks for your help :)

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You need a repairman. These sets have a bunch of small capacitors that fail on these sets. There is more than one board with this problem. Do your homework and find a good reputable repair shop to fix this for you. It's not something the average person can do. Sorry for the news. Not a simple fix. Mistubishi has a problem with capacitors and it's been this way for more than 20 years. It's ALWAYS bad capacitors that cause Mitsubishi's to fail.

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