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Tv 62527 light goes off when after a few seconds when turned on

Mitsubishi 62527 when turned on after a few seconds the red light come on tv turns off.

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This is generally a Power Supply problem, usually the SMPS so it's replacement or repair.

Posted on Jul 15, 2007

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    ralph Apr 23, 2014

    can I switch one out myself?

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