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Blinking light in mitsubishi 65511 tv wont start

Replaced capacitor kit and it didn,t fix it

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SOURCE: MITSUBISHI 65" RAER PROJECTION TV MODEL-WS 65511

Try to press both the menu button and the input/device button on the set both in together and hold in for 6 seconds to see if the led will blink a two digit blink code, then let me know the two didgit code, and I will try to assist you. Please respond to this same post when replying.

Posted on Aug 08, 2008

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You have to take the TV apart. Pull the electrical chassis out and look for bad electrolytic caps on the boards. The red LED probably means the 2 - 3300UF caps on the power supply board are bad. You can tell if they are bad by the fact that their tops are puffed up and they may or may not be leaking brown fluid. Compare them against the other caps on the boards and you will see how they have flat tops.

BUT before you take the TV apart you can check the error codes by pushing "menu" and "Device" at the same time and holding for about 10 seconds. The status light will blink two numbers. ex. one flash pause two flashes is 12 Error Code Probable Cause

12 No error detected
22 Recovery from momentary Reset
32 Lamp Cover open
33 Air Filter Cover open
34 Lamp abnormality
35 Chassis Fan failure
36 Exhaust (Back Cover) or Lamp Ballast Fan failure
37 Engine (DMD or Lamp) Fan failure
38 Excess Lamp Temperature
39 Excess DMD Temperature
41 Short Detected
44 DVI Cable (between Chassis and Engine) disconnected


or use this table -

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You can buy replacement caps from Mouser electronics online. There are plenty of solutions detailing how to do this already posted.

Posted on Jan 11, 2009

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Check that the lamp door is closed all the way. There is a saftey switch that closes from the door being on all the way. If not the status light will keep blinking. There is also a switch on the air filter door.

Posted on Jul 16, 2009

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I have a mitsubishi ms-65511 and we had a poweroutage for several hours today and now the tv won't turn on and I am getting a continuous green light of death ... HELP


Thats caused by weak capacitors on the DM board which cannot recharge after the power has been restored. Very inexpensive repair . The WS48511 - WS55511 DM repair kit from www.tvrepairworld.com has the capacitors and the CD with repair instructions which should solve the issue of the steady blinking green light.

Oct 11, 2011 | Mitsubishi WS-65511 65" Rear Projection...

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Mitsubishi ms-65511 green light continuos blinking....


Thats a very common problem caused by failed capacitors on the DNM power board. Repalcing them should solve the issue. You can get the DM repair kit for your model at www.tvrepairworld.com which contains the upgraded caps and the CD with repair instructions

Apr 27, 2011 | Mitsubishi WS-65511 65" Rear Projection...

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Mitsubishi WS-65511 has flashing timer light but will not turn on.


I used to have a WS55909 and had this problem. The light is supposed to blink for one minute while the DM (digital module) boots up after a power loss. If the light continues to blink indefinitely, there is a problem with that board. The DM power supplies are known to have faulty capacitors on these models and will need to be replaced. If I remember correctly, there are (7) 1000uf 25v capacitors and they should be desoldered from the board and replaced with 35v ones. Note that my TV model already had 35v caps but changing them solved the problem: electrolytic capacitors have a much shorter life than other components.
The DM is on the left side and is where ANT-DTV and the IR repeaters plug in. The power supply is the board above the main DM board inside the DM case.
If this sounds too technical for you, get a new TV because a repair guy will charge you more than the TV is worth. In other words you could get a (30-46") LCD TV for the same price.

Oct 21, 2010 | Mitsubishi WS-65511 65" Rear Projection...

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I have a Mitsubishi Ws-65511 65" and the green light on front panel blinks continuesly and the tv will not turn on with the power button or the reset button on the front panel. If we unplug the power cord...


The Bulb in the unit needs to be replaced. To confirm, look in the manual for the set and it will explain the flashing lights by the numer and duration of flashes. Hope this helps.

Jun 07, 2009 | Mitsubishi WS-65511 65" Rear Projection...

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Green power light blinking all the time on TV


After changing a defective capacitor, my TV still would not power up. After using a solution I found on this site, I held the power and volume up button down on the TV itself for several seconds, the TV powered up normally. I did notice that you had to do this while the timer light was flashing. Doing so after it went out was not effective. I initially only replaced one capacitor which was noticeably defective, and the flashing green timer light eventually returned. I will be replacing all 7 capacitors and resetting the TV. As mentioned above, the capacitors may look good but in fact may be defective. These are high temp caps which breakdown under a load but function normally when cold. Several people have mentioned replacing the capacitors didn't fix the problem. It appears that you must replace and reset using this method to repair some of these TVs.

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Mitsubishi 65" model # ws-65511


The steady green blinking led is due to the DM not completeing the boot Cycle. You can get the repair kit at the following link which contains the replacement Capacitors and step by step detailed instructions so you can do the repair yourself. Very inexspensive Kit
http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/product_info.php/pName/v21v19-mitsubishi-dm-repair-kit/cName/repair-kits

Mar 02, 2009 | Mitsubishi WS-65511 65" Rear Projection...

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Mitsubishi ws-65511 No power green light blinking


yes the capacitors on the DM need replacing. depending on the chassis some have 4 capacitors on the DM board where as other chassis have 7 capacitors on the DM power supply that are causeing the problem. If you dont know which chassis your has go to this link and leave them an email they can help you figure it out,
http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/

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How many times does it blink? Or is it a continuos blinking that doesnt stop? Let me know and I will be able to help you with it.

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