Question about Mitsubishi WS-55613 55" Rear Projection HDTV
I had come home about a week ago and pushed the power button from my remote but my tv did not respond. So I just went to the front panel and pushed power but once the tv turned on, the volume was on full blast! I used the front panel volume decrease to get the volume down, but when I stopped pushing the button, the tv increased its volume to full blast again by itself! Naturally I just turned the tv off for a few moments. I tried the remote again, no response again, so I used the panel power button. The tv volume was still full blast when it turned on but after I decreased the volume it stayed this time. The picture is and has been perfectly fine and the tv was working fine. The next day the problem started all over and now once we turned it off from frustration of having to manually use the panel to change channels, it now will not turn on at all. I have changed batteries from my remote, reprogrammed my remote, pushed system reset several times, unplugged it for a while, bought a new surge charge, and even held the menu and device panel buttons for 10 sec and tried to turn the t.v. on again! What other options do I have or what may be the issue at hand and possible parts that may need to be replaced?? Thanks!!
If the remote eye on the tv it will do all kinds of strange stuff once the eye on tv gets dirty the the tv will shut off after 2 seconds try cleaning it and see what happens the eye on tv is hard toget to so get a can of air to blow it out i took my pocket knife to clean mine i know that was ruff on eye but thats all i had if this dont work try unpluging your control board on front of set board may be bad or buttons are stuck email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if this helps
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
Front panel buttons (switches) are the usual suspect. Disconnect the
wires going to the front panel, plug Tv in, wait a minute, use remote
to turn on. This has solved many equivalent problems.
Here is how to do so for similar model WS-65611:
1. Remove the Speaker Grilles and Unit Front by pulling forward.
2. Remove 2 screws (a) to remove the Control Panel.
3. Remove the Board Front by removing 4 screws (b).
4. Remove the 4 screws (c) holding the Screen Assembly.
5. Lift the Screen Assembly up and away from the cabinet.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The flashing blue light shows that the TV is receiving I.R. from the remote but doesn't mean that the signal being received is recognized by the Samsung. If you have a "universal" remote then your TV code may need to be re-entered/reprogrammed...changing batteries in a "universal" will usually require it to be reprogrammed. Also...because of the remotes construction (rubber membranes with carbon dots that short across PC traces) I've seen certain buttons stop working altogether.
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