Question about Mitsubishi VS-50605 50" Rear Projection Television

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I have a 50 vs5051

Turn on stays on for 5 sec. then shuts off??

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  • t-rizzy Nov 15, 2007

    I HAVE A VS-50605 MITSUBISHI SOON AS I TURN THE TV ON IT CUTS OFF NO MORE THAN FIVE SECONDS AFTER I TURN IT ON PLEASE TELL ME WHAT THE PROBLEM IS , I TRIED TAKING THE FUSES OUT AND PUTTING THEM BACK IN, IT WORKED FOR A MINUTE LONGER BUT STILL CUT OFF PLEASE HELP!!!!

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