Question about Mitsubishi WS-65907 65" Rear Projection Television
We had the pinstripes going and then we lost the total picture.
The tech we had out said that the green bulb lost "coolant", (I could see it sitting on the panel below) and apparently shorted out the IC convergence and mother board.
First, is this a correct diagnosis?
Second, how often does this happen?
Third, the TV was manufactured in 2000, are there still parts available for it?
Fourth, is it worth fixing?
Yes, the diagnosis was correct. Some models of Mitsubishi as well as a few other manufacturers have had issues with this. The cost to replace circuit board damaged by the coolant (ethylene glycol) along with the affected CRT is prohibitive. Check with Mitsubishi. Some manufacturers acknowledge problems such as this and may offer assistance.
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
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