Question about Mitsubishi Temperature Sensor Temperature Sensor for WD-52825
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
We TV technicians don't go into alignment unless absolutley needed. I would stray away from alignments period unless you understand all of the ramifications that come with them.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
Your TV is so-called V-36 chassis.
First shut off TV and unplug it from the wall.
On the back of the TV on the right hand side if look from behind you can locate plastic lamp cover that is removable. Behind the cover you will see lamp cartridge that held in place by screws that you have to loose using screwdriver. Remove lamp assembly and install the new one. Make sure that cartridge is all way in, you have to feel connection plug to be slide-in all the way. Tighten up screws but not too hard.
Reinstall lamp cover. Plug TV into the wall and wait for green LED light to stop blinking. Turn TV set on. It should display message "Power loss, did you replace the lamp?" You hit "enter" on your original Mitsubishi (not the cable box or Satellite box) remote control and this is it.
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
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