Caveat: I am not a tech, I just read through the Mitsubishi service manual, and have worked on different model TV that I have owned (older model of this one) I am a little unclear on the second set of lights but I think the combination *may
* indicate that the lamp fan is not starting (there are two fans though), if the blinking red is the status light. It is possible the connector for that got jostled during the trip, something fell into it from being on the side (wire or loose something) and is blocking it from spinning now, or a module unseated a bit,and is loose, or the lamp is no longer seated correctly (though the lamp light does not appear to be on) or none of these. :) These are just guesses.
Be careful if you open it up, due to potential for shock. Wear gloves, and power it down first (then unplug). Reseat any fan connectors.
Google: I used "wd-65735 status lights" to find a service pdf , it's for V39 chassis (several models)
From page 24 of Service Manual :
3. Error Code Operational Check
Note: The TV must be in "Shut Down" and not have been switched Off, to perform the Error Code Opera- tional Check. When the TV is switched Off, the code automatically resets to "12" No Error.
Pressing the front panel "INPUT" and "MENU" buttons at the same time, and holding for 5 seconds, activates the Error Code Mode. The "TIMER LED" flashes denoting a two digit Error Code, or indicating no problem has occurred since the last Initialization.
Note: The front panel buttons must be used, NOT those on the Remote Control.
- The Error Code is repeated a total of 5 times. Example: If the Error Code is "23", the LED will flash two times, pause, and then flash three times.
MODELS: WD-60735 / WD-60C8 / WD-65735 / WD-65736 / WD-65835 / WD-65C8 / WD-73735 / WD-73736 / WD-73835 / WD-73C8
4. Error Codes
The Error Code designations indicating malfunction, or no malfunction, are listed below:
Most Likely Cause
No Error found
Communication loss, TV Micro - Engine (3.3V-ENG-SDA & SCL)
Engine will not accept data (ASIC-READY signal from Engine is not detected).
Loss of 12V from PWB-POWER (Loose PE or PE2 connector); Bad Color Wheel (Loose J6 or J7 connector); Engine Failure
Lamp cover is open.
Lamp Cover Switch; Loose CD connector
Lamp turns Off while the TV is playing. Lamp failure
(Lamp Enable signal from engine is lost)
Lamp Cartridge Failure
Exhaust Fan failed.
Loose J4 connector
Engine (DMD) fan failed.
Loose J5 connector
Lamp temperature abnormally high.
Poor Air Circulation; Loose J3 connector
DMD temperature abnormally high.
Poor Air Circulation
Standby Supply Short is detected. (5VS or 3.3VS)
Sirocco fan failed (Lamp fan).
Loose J8 connector
Check for disconnected DVI cable between PWB-DM and Engine. (Engine pulls DVI pin 14 Low)
DVI Cable unplugged
PON-SHORT 3.3V switched supply short
Ballast communication problem (ballast to chassis)
Loss of 340V from PWB-POWER (PL or CJ1 connector); Loose FB or CJ3 connector; Ballast Failure
No LAMP-EN output from the engine to the ballast
Bad Color Wheel (Loose J6 or J7 connector); Engine Failure
Lamp did not turn on at P-ON sequence
(No Lamp inserted)
(Disconnected cable between ballast and lamp) (Lamp-Enable goes to DM but not to Ballast)
Loose CJ4 connector;
No Lamp Inserted;
HV connection or lead wire to lamp; Lamp Cartridge Failure
Code 34(1) - Lamp Enable is generated to activate the Lamp
Code 57(2) - Lamp Enable is generated during P-ON sequence, but no Lamplit signal is received from the Ballast. Code61(3) -NoLampEnableisreceivedattheDMandBallast.
Code 66 (4) - Lamp enable is received at the DM but not at the Ballast.
4. Error Code Log
The Error Code Log - may be helpful to retrieve the code for an error the occurred in the past. To access the Error Code Log: Press <MENU> <3-5-6-4>