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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Mitsubishi VS-60111 video blink
I would check for Bad solder joints around the flyback, and the verticle and horizontal yoke plugs for starters. Lower your volume and listen if you hear the high voltage come back up when your video comes back up. Let me know what you discover when you check the solder joints.
Posted on Jan 05, 2008
SOURCE: flashing Tv screen
Turned out to be a problem with my dish receiver. Found out by attaching a separate DVD unit to the TV, and it didn't flash. I then realized everything ran through the dish receiver. Called them, reset ( by unplugging for 90 seconds) and all was well.
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
What you're describing is a repair issue. Unfortunately, there is nothing you can do through troubleshooting to correct that problem. There is an internal part that has to be replaced. If you're under warranty or have an extended service plan, the repair will cost you nothing.
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Posted on Jul 11, 2009
color problems are the hardest to diagnose, especially if one cant see the picture, but depending on how many hours the TV has bin in opp oration, the first suspicion is the red CRT, the proportions of red green and blue are critical, and the red is the most demanding therefore the read is the most intense color and will be the first to fade, you cannot depend on just viewing the CRT to diagnose this problem, they go dim over time, if you can try to turn up the brightness of the red CRT, some older models may still have a manual control , if not there will be adjustments that can be made via soft-where setup, let me know how you fair with that, do not look directly into the CRT,,,,very bright and not good for the eyes, also there may be upwards of 30 to 40 thousand volts at the CRT anode lead, be very careful
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
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