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Mitsubishi 62" DLP Auto Sensing Gone???

Hi I was plugging in a device and a static discharge touched one of the inputs now none of my inputs work except for HDMI and COAX. Is there a fuse that could of blown or a circuit board that controls the inputs that can be replaced? If so could someone please help me out?

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Brandon

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  • brandon_lint Feb 26, 2009

    I work in the IT Field working with servers all day long. I have had extensive electrical experience i am sure that will not be a problem. Have you heard of this before with these systems? Is this just a blown fuse that i can look for?

  • GB2009 Mar 15, 2009

    My problem is possibly related to this.
    the input that appear are 4: ant1, ant2, input 1 and dmi1 but no other input shows up when I connect to devices such as VCR ; even the USB does not show up when I attache a camera.


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Yes - however, I recommend that u get it repaired professioinally so u don't get electrocuted

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