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Re: WILL NOT TURN ON
Did you say you got it from an X friend? LOL
Sorry, its not funny,
It obviously didn't like being moved.
Sounds like solder problem in the power supply somewhere, hunt round locally for a good shop.
(probably a few hundred dollars to get fixed.)
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62" mitsuabishi WD62525 had it over 5yrs now, we have been changed lamps three times,(geee lots money!!!)it worked ontill now...
two weeks ago blinking red lamp light was on , i thought lights out again so soon, i order new lamp, i cant turn on TV but blinking green timer light, TV is not working, try reset botton, turn off TV few days.
Trying installing a new power supply. This is the main problem with tv's with the issue. But if you just bought it I would try to get my money back from where I bought it from. Installing a power supply for a tv is not that hard at all.
you need to replace the lamp in your tv, it is easy and you can do it. Look on the sides of the set for a door labled lamp, with the set unplugged open it up and remove the lamp, if the bulb is out it will have lots of glass in the lens
I paid to have one of the experts on this page help me with my Hitachi 55 in, and all they would recommend was to replace the Convergence Amplifiers. I read elsewhere, that this TV has a habitual problem with fuse E994 and a capacitor c707. I just replaced both for a little more than $5.00, and the TV came back to life!!!! I'll try to find the web page that I referenced for the repair, and let you know.
I recently repaired a Mitsubishi DLP for a similar symptom. Found C9a37 and C9a38 in the power supply to be defective. They feed the light engine driver. The power supply module is located all the way up front on the left side of the chassis looking from the rear. The module is also shielded so you will have to remove the shields to locate the capacitors. The value of the caps are 3300mf/25v. Good luck