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Mitsubishi projection tv won't show picture, just welcome screen

The picture won't come on, sound on, just welcome screen shows up

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A model number is needed here to really try to help.

Posted on Dec 03, 2012

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SOURCE: Mitsubishi WS65905 Projection TV

convergance ics and sometimes resistors go bad. call a repairman...

Posted on Aug 01, 2007

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SOURCE: big screen showing double and red ghost color

Go into your service menu and try to adjust the convergence, if it does not adjust, the IC's ( chips) are bad in that circuit. Call a local factory authorized dealer to service your tv. The cost should run around $450.00. Good luck.

Posted on Apr 03, 2008

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SOURCE: sony xbr-52in projection tv show double picture's

It sounds like a convergence problem. A fairly common reason for thisproblem is the convergence chips have failed. They are usually referredto as "STK" chips since the model number of these chips start with STK.I will put a link to another part of this site where someone has postedpictures and a link where to get the parts should you decide to fix ityourself. Look at Ecullier2012's posting. Jean's posted site will notfix this problem. Hope this helps you out. Let me know.

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Posted on Mar 16, 2009

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SOURCE: 52" mitsubishi rear projection tv model vs6051 sound no picture

Not exactly familiar with this model but sounds like the projector lamp is burned out. Hopefully it's a replaceable type. Try calling these people - http://www.purelandsupply.com

Posted on Mar 29, 2009

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SOURCE: Projection TV, Sound but no Picture

If this Tv is a model year 1996 or 1998, It is quite possible your vertical IC needs resoldered. It is located on the small signal board. This board [quite large anyway] is the board on the left. I don't know the location off hand. The IC has seven pins and located on a heatsink, It is a TDA series. Resolder any and all grounds you see. May as well get the Large Signal board [On the right] resoldered. The other problem would be the P I P board, a small board standing up, that can be removed and replaced. But try the earlier first. This is tedious, but will produce results.

Posted on Jul 12, 2009

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