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MITSUBISHI WS55809 Blue Screen

My DTV shows nothing but a Blue Screen. It was working and then there was a pop and the blue screen appeared and that all there is. The regular TV, Video and game channels all work perfectly. I do have an external HDTV reciever that is working.

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    It is when I switch the input to DTV that the Blue screen occurs.

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I'm not clear on this. When does it show a blue screen? When you have it in HDTV mode? A Blue Screen means it's not getting a signal (or the signal is very weak, resulting in more static than picture). If it is a blue screen for HDTV, how are you sure the HDTV receiver is working? If you can answer those questions for me, I should be able to track down the problem. I'm not sure which direction to go yet.

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  • John Goodman Sep 02, 2007

    Double check your connections to the DTV port on the TV. If you have another TV you can hook it up to, that would be ideal to be sure it was the TV that was the problem.

    If you take the DTV cable out of the TV, and connect it to another TV, and it works fine there, then I'd say the most likely cause is the actual port the cable plugs into, or something on the board that port is on, at least. You'll probably need to replace that. However, I think it's more likely your cable itself is the problem, or the receiver.

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