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Sound While what TV/movie the volume of the TV speakers increase by itself. I can decease it with the remote, but increase itself again and again. Have to turn off the TV.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

SOURCE: volume goes up on it's own

replace front switches

Posted on Jul 14, 2007

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SOURCE: Tv not responding to remote and now will not turn back on!

if the remote eye on the tv it will do all kinds of strange stuff once the eye on tv gets dirty the the tv will shut off after 2 seconds try cleaning it and see what happens the eye on tv is hard toget to so get a can of air to blow it out i took my pocket knife to clean mine i know that was ruff on eye but thats all i had if this dont work try unpluging your control board on front of set board may be bad or buttons are stuck email me at rjp5765@msn.com if this helps

Posted on Dec 06, 2007

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SOURCE: WS-55511 55in volume turns up by itself & can't switch devices

The remote is not the problem. The switch for volume up on the control panel has become leaky. Very common problem for this generation Mitsubishi. If you don't mind not having the control panel working you can disconnect it and the set will work just fine with the remote. To disconnect the control panel pull the speaker grill, it just snaps off, and remove the front access panel. Once that is done you'll see a cable going to the switches just disconnect it.

Posted on May 04, 2009

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SOURCE: tv shuts itself down

This is due to bad caps read here what a cap is www.badcaps.net see you tv is getting hot as normal but the caps cannot stand it any more thus shutting the tv down. The bad caps would be more or less in the power supply unit of this TV. So you can buy a new psu or get it repaired by a expert.

Posted on May 25, 2009

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SOURCE: WS-5551 only on/off button works, won't respond to remote at all

take off the speaker grill, you will see 2 wire plugs, turn the tv on, disconnect both plugs, if it now works with the remote then you need to replace all of the front switches, or leave them unplugged and use the remote, if this doesn't work, you have a bad dm board or signal module which could get very expensive.

Posted on Sep 15, 2009

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