Question about Televison & Video
How old is your TV set ? if you have not replaced the lamp in 2-3 years that is most likely the problem and need to replace that part.
This lamps now run from $40.00 - $90.00 depending on quality.
Posted on Jul 30, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: TV will not turn on
the most common cause is the DM Module
there are capacitors that need to be replaced in the supply circuits
this is not a easy task and should be handled by some one that has experiance with this i would recomend finding a compatent servicer in your area that is capable and expect to 250 to 325 as a cost
the moduel can be exchanged verses repair but it exchanges at around 745.00
so its recomended to repair and your set should return to normal
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
rob52078 is right on the money. You need a new lamp. I usually reccommend getting lamps like the TS CL110UAA for dlplamps.com
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
SOURCE: mitsubishi 62" dlp wd-62525
The lamp is either defective, not connected properly to the wiring or plugs (careful alignment required on the two connections), wrong type bulb, or the front panel is not replaced properly to trigger the panel sense switch (lower right side of panel)
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
How many times does the LED blink? Does it blink 6 times, pauses, and repeats? Or is it some other number of blinks? Or does it just blink continuously, once a second? (Note: on Mitsubishi's it is normal for the TV to blink rapidly for about 90 seconds after you plug the TV in, while the TV runs internal self-tests.) If the LED continues to blink continuously after 90 seconds, then the problem is on the DM board. There are 4 electrolytic capacitors, grouped together. I believe they are either 820 uF (mfd - microfarads) or 1000 uF at 16 Volts. If you check them, you will see that their tops are swollen (slightly rounded; not flat across). They will check okay with a capacitance meter or ESR meter, but don't believe your meter! Replace those 4 capacitors with either 820 or 1000 uF capacitors rated at either 16 or 25 volts. Make sure you use good, high-temperature (105 deg C) low-ESR capacitors. I recommend the "FM Series" capacitors from Digi-Key corporation, part number P12366-ND or P12379-ND. Less than $1.00 apiece. Good luck!
Posted on Dec 17, 2009
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