I watched this tv for 10min or so then everything shut down, pulled plug for an hour or two turned on tv watched for maybe another 15 min. then the damn thing shut down again. Yes, the red lite come on but i've changed the bulb 3 months ago, i know its not the bulb. Can anyone please help, Mitsubishi really disappoint me, i should stick to Sony or Samsung. What a lost on my part.
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Above the light is a temp sensor with a blue and white wire plug. This sensor is the problem for all these shut downs in my opinion. Pull out plug and jump it with a wire or paper clip bypassing sensor. Tv should work now!!!!
You have a bad ssb [small signal board] Check out the proper part# at the philips part store.com. You need the model number of TV and discription would be small signal board! Hope this is a good clue for starters, ask your local TV tech and describe to him what you experienced and the advice here. Good Luck!
This is an on-going problem with DLP sets. Normally you shut the set off and the cooling fan cools the lamp down and then it shuts off. In your case, of which it's not your fault, however your lamp has taken a major hit by not properly cooling down, in turn, you need to replace your lamp at this time.
I suggest in the future if you have an electrical storm and a chance of a power outage while your watching tv, I would'nt play that model or any other model of a DLP set.
If you hear a grinding,whirling,spining or buzzing sound, that sounds to me like the COLOR WHEEL,the reason for that is because your color wheel spins at 5,000 rpms(revolution per minute) and something that modifies the balance of the disc can cause different things,Unfortionatelly the only way to check that the color wheel is working properlyis you need to check it out physically
I did some research and I found the color wheel at DM;http://www.discount-merchant.com/Samsung-Replacement-Color-Wheel-HLS-HLT-Series-p/samsungcolor_wheel_bp96-01579a.htm?CLICK=52978
you must have a wd series mitsubishi..the lamp tempurature sensor has a manufacturing problem..mitsubishi has an updated one to take care of the problem..the sensor itself is not bad it is the way the wires are crimped in the plug,,the new one is soldered..the part number is 299P313010A,
Sounds like a tuner section problem. When you are playing a DVD. You are only using the audio video circuit of the TV. Something like a monitor. But when you go back to TV mode... You are now in the tv tuner circuit. And your problem lays there. I had a mouse **** on my tuner section of my tv and it caused the same problem. Yes mice do ****...