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I have a mitsubishi vs5061. I have heard that there is a way to bypass the pip board. I need to do this because my big screen the picture rolls. I had it replaced a few years ago, but can't find parts anymore. I really hate to have to just send it to the dump it is still a nice tv.

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  • dbar1962 Mar 10, 2009

    What you suggested does not fix the problem. The picture in the picture is not stuck. The screen still rolls. Thanks anyway

  • dbar1962 Mar 10, 2009

    I believe you are incorrect. I have seen the solution posted once before but lost it before I could try it. Thanks anyway

  • dbar1962 Mar 10, 2009

    I believe you are incorrect. I have seen how to bypass the pip board before, but lost it before I could try it.

  • dbar1962 Mar 10, 2009

    Thanks for the help but it still did not show me how to bypass the pip board.

  • dbar1962 Mar 10, 2009

    Thanks for the help. Could you tell me where to pick up this repair kit and what do I ask for?

  • dbar1962 Mar 10, 2009

    Thanks for the help and I will try that. It sounds a bit over my head. The one I saw was much easier. It was sodering a wire between two points I believe, but it was a long time ago that I saw it

  • dbar1962 Mar 10, 2009

    I,m hoping it will work. I know the tv is old but I really hate to throw it out.

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There is no way to bypass the pip board , if the PIP chip is faulty, you need to replace it.

If you have a rolling picture is not PIP, PIP gives you either a dark shape on screen or sound but no picture.

Often a weak signal from receiver can give you rolling picture problem, generally rolling picture is associated with signal problems.

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Hello There.

Below is an easy to follow PIP Mod diagram. Hope this helps.

Thanks.

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Hi, You may not be able to bypass but you can try replacing the PIP board. But make sure the part number is same. You can find one at ebay (Item number: 190290926763 ).
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You can try  the instructions given by other experts first and check out.are they working.and also you can try getting the pip  boards from  radio shack. or from best buy. or from near by tv reparing shop you can place an order. or you can check out  www.partstore.com

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Ask the person who made you hear it to do it for you because I am 100% certain you cant.

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To fix the pip board this has to be done  Fix remove C7036 and CC7001 sufrace mount Caps and replace with Radio Shack axial Caps 4.7 Mfd 35 WVdc. 
and to by pass do this  Remove the VP plug and solder a 4.7 mfd 35/50 volt electrolytic capacitor between pins 5 and 11 of the VP connector with the pos lead to pin 5. Solder a .01 cap between pins 7 and 9. .
please rate the session if helped. thanks.

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As you found out, the pip module is no longer available. The typical problem with these is that the surface mounted capacitors fail. If it has not been too long, the caps can be replaced and the pip module should once again work. This should not be too expensive a repair. There is a "repair kit" for this problem that costs about $15 or so that contains all of the typically defective parts.

Dan

Posted on Mar 10, 2009

  • ABRsvcs Mar 10, 2009

    I'm not sure if the direct link would work, so look for the kit here:



    matelectronics.com



    At the home page, select the product search button and search for: mits pip

    This will result in a mitsubishi repair kit. This is the kit that you want and costs $13.95



    Good luck.





    Dan

  • ABRsvcs Mar 10, 2009

    I don't have the schematic available to me at the moment. I'll research this and if a direct bypass is possible, I'll post that too.



    Dan

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    Here is a trick to bypass that module to see if your problem lies in that module cause both horizontal and vertical circuits pass through that module. Do you have (2) 4.7uf @ 50 volt capacitors on hand. Take the PIP board out. Those numbers you gave were the PIP. And on the connector where the module plugs in Jump pins7 to 9 with 1 capacitor +lead in 7 -lead in 9 take the other capacitor and jump pins 5 to 11 + lead on 5. - negative lead on 11. Solder a small piece of wire so the leads dont touch as the pass each other. Just push the wires from the caps into the connector. No need to solder then try to power up your set. Let me know what happens.

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    taran_2005 Mar 10, 2009

    The modle clips in to plastic sockets. There is two sockets and they each have a plastic retaining lock. Just pry the little clip away from the clip and pull the module up. I will check on the availability of the module for you. You may want to try the bypass just to make sure you need the module radio shack has the capacitors for about 1.00 each.

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    taran_2005 Mar 10, 2009

    If you are satisfied with my solution, do change my rating as FIXYA.



    Thanks.

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    taran_2005 Mar 10, 2009

    Well,



    If you want to order repair kit



    it would be available on



    http://www.cablesnbulbs.com



    Thanks.

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    taran_2005 Mar 10, 2009

    Thats an expired link for them.



    The name of the repair kit is S-kit.



    Let me check if i can find a place to purchase.

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Sorry to say but there is no such facility to bypass.its a myth and trying to do that will damage it more.

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On the remote there is a button called pip just press that button and the pip will get off.

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