Question about Mitsubishi Temperature Sensor Temperature Sensor for WD-52825
If this is one of the "recall models" you do NOT need to replace the sensor-just cut the plug off and hard-wire it, as the plug gets oxidized and looses connection. It is behind the lamp housing, should be a thin plastic stick-looking thins with 2 wires. You will see the connector--cut it off and hard-wire the wires to the sensor--this likely will fix the problem.
Posted on May 08, 2014
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