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65" mitsubishi with green blinking lite

We just moved and now all I get is a green blinking lite is it the capacitors?



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Probly yes. Not knowing the exact model #
i can not tell you whether or not the chassi assy would have to be sent to Mitsubishi for
refurbishing or not. If it is a 7 year old crt based projection, there is a DM assy that is no longer supported by Mitsubishi. If it is the last series of crt the DM is repaiable.
Otherwise the chassi would have to be sent
to Mitsubishi for refurb. You will need to contact a service facilty for Mitsubishi to
do this. A average cost of referb. is around
800.00 plus labor of uninstalling and reinstalling.
Good Luck,
Hope this helped,
Skyassoc

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

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