Question about Mitsubishi Televison & Video
Replaced the 7 Capacitors on the DM Module Re-Installed the DM Module and re-inserted all connectors plugs.
This is a V19 chassis, circa 2002
If all capacitors were replaced correctly & all caps with bulging tops were replaced, It sounds like you may have other issues on the DM pcb. Possibly defective ICs. That would be the E2P module (a small pcb which plugs directly onto the DM pcb), which is specific to your particular model & serial#
Several years ago the only way to get the E2P, was thru the manufacturer, they also, used to make a kit that you could replace those ICs yourself. Those pcbs & kits were limited. So all I can do is wish you much luck if that is the problem.
At this point I would double & triple check the replacement of your capacitors.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you have one of two problems :
1.) The DM is defective and needs to be sent out for rebuild---there are several places including a company called PTS Electronics who do this.
2.) Something that is often overlooked and is simple to try is:
Remove front speaker grill and inspection plate behind it; Locate the two sets of wires coming from the front keyboard controls and follow them to the right and UNPLUG BOTH PLUGS.
This takes the keyboard and "reset" button out of the circuit; sometimes it is not the DM but a defective reset button.
The set can still be turned on with the remote; if it now works you have two choices: use the remote and leave the keyboard disconnected OR remove the entire screen with the keyboard and replace the reset micro switch--you can also just unsolder and remove it.
I have seen people ASSUME the DM is the problem and it may but this is a easy thing to try.
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Posted on Aug 10, 2010
If you do not have the service manual I can get you a link for a free online copy which contains a lot of information for free.
It can be either read or downloaded for free.
Posted on May 28, 2012
SOURCE: I have a Mitsubishi rear projection TV (WS-73909) that didn't turn on and had a green blinking light. I replaced the 7 DM capacitors and now it turns on. Both the remote and front control panel ca
Let me know as I can look for this---the set has a keyboard lockout that is cleared by holding the menu or another front button for more than 5-10 seconds with set on---I can find the service manual and check if needed.
Posted on Nov 05, 2012
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