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I have a model #55807 HD 1080 series mitshubishi tv that has 2 problems when you are playing a vhs/or dvd movie, the picture is distorted and is jumping around along with the other problem with the sound not working correctly when you try to turn it up and down from the front if the tv set control. It goes from low to very high when you barely try to adjust it... Please Help at a total loss of the problem.! Thanks

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SOURCE: Mitsubish WS-55807 HDTV 55" 1080

RGB picture guns ( CRT's ) are ok. Your set needs a common
convergence circuit overhaul requiring replacement of two IC's,
part # STK392-570. Usual cost about 400.00.........T.

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I had the same problem. here is how i fixed it: Unplug the set.take off the back panel, the big silver metal heat dispersing element has to come out.its about 5" by 6" the two modules are clamped to the back of this part. I had to slide out the whole board.what has caused the problem is the thermal compound has gotten old and has worn out. clean off the old and buy some new compound at any computer store. i got mine at Best Buy. Its not that hard to do. Don't let all the wires freak you out. unplug all of them. they can only go back in the same place they came from. I could go into a lot of detail on how i did this but that's the just of it.

Posted on Dec 07, 2007

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SOURCE: My xbox360 Wont work on my WS-55513 MITSUBISHI COMPONENT

Try changing the settings on the Xbox under display to 1080i. If it is 1080 p, or 720p, the image will look funny so make sure it is at 1080i.

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i have same tv, this i was i did on mine. on the sky+ remote push tv and then press select + red button at the same time, the red light blinks twice, then push 1174 then power button.

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most likely the convergence Ics have failed. Check F9a04 and F9A05 pico fuses if they are blown you will need to replace them and the convergence Ics.They are located on the center board they are green and look like resistors without the color band. see the photoa193b32.jpg82b89b8.jpg

Posted on Feb 09, 2009

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