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Mitsubishi WE-52525 First my HD channels went bad, sound ok, but picture was waving. Then I lost the picture altogether, the SD channels were fine so I thought it was my HD box but then soon after my SD channel picture start to scramble also. I then switch to other input and they all work ok but then each would start to get bad picture. The menu overlay was working fine but after about 15-20 mins of messing with it, the menu selection (blue screen) also getting scramble and distort.

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Re: Mitsubishi WE-52525

. Suspect the FMT PCB part # 930B924002 when set is warm.

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