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Help with self-diagnosis/repair

I have a Mitsubishi VS-50607. It will not power on and is giving me a diagnostic code of 2 - 2. I can't seem to find any postings that would help me with the next step of isolating the problem. Can anyone lend me a hand? Thanks...Jake

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  • charljef Nov 17, 2007

    The tv powers up for about 30 seconds and then shuts down. If you turn it back on right away it only stays on for about 2 seconds. Error code is 2-2

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Hey there, do you have the service manual? I can't help you with the specific technical stuff, but the manual says, 2-2 error code: Short Protect circuit.

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