Question about Mitsubishi VS-55707 TV
Seems something is wearing out & I'm trying to decide to bury it, repair it or upgrade. It's been a great TV but I don't want to kick a dead horse. The description pretty much sums it up. It's taking longer to "warm up" and get a good picture. The color is mostly dark/brown when first turned on. The picture is also less than full screen. After maybe 15 minutes from turning it on we're back to a normal picture. We've done the advanced convergance which helped sharpen the picture & color but the "aging" problem still exists. I'm wondering what might cause this and what an estimated cost would be. Do I say goodbye to my 8 year old friend or say good buy to a nice new plasma or LCD which I'd prefer to put off for a few years?
Have you checked for dust on the Tubes and mirror? This may cause a bad picture quality. Also power supply related problems like capacitors can cause a dark picture. Try replacing some of them in the power supply area and line stage.Also adjustments in the service mode,but for this you will need the service manual. Good Luck,JUS004
Posted on Feb 29, 2008
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