Question about Televison & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: dark picture
If you can find it inside the set you need to replace R14700. This is the location number written on one of the boards. It is a 27K resistor at 1/2 watt. There was a bulletin by RCA on this problem
Posted on Dec 30, 2007
SOURCE: dark picture
take the screen off by unscrewing all screws around back of tv. remove panel with a sticker that says " no user serviceable parts inside" remove both screws on each side of screen at bottom with black tabs. there will be 2 screws behind the panel with the sticker on it and unplug the front panel buttons connector. then clean the small mirror with very soft cloth maybe nice cotton t-shirt. be very careful not to scratch the face of the mirror. i would recommend ussing just the cloth but have found isopropyl alcohol to work well if you need to use any liquid.
Posted on Feb 22, 2008
SOURCE: Picture is very dark
its probably the lamp going bad. dark picture is a pre-cursor to failure. these lamps are supposed to last 2-4 years but for some reason the mitsubishi ones never do. you can replace the lamp yourself, and if it is going bad, you can cool it down, pull it out, and you will see it will look kind of bulged or white in the bulb part. instructions are in your user manual. if it is under a year old, mitsubishi should still cover it. if its just over a year, you can try to call them and complain and maybe they'll back it up. let me know if you need further assistance.
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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Your TV has a light sensor that changes the brightness of the TV based on room brightness.
It's called an "Intelligent Sensor"
You can turn this off in your "Picture" settings.
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