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Tv is on makes a pop then turns off the back on.

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    mitsubishi CS-35503

  • ksksbabb Jul 13, 2009

    do i need to take it to a repair shop or can i fix it myself?

  • ksksbabb Jul 13, 2009

    Thank you

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You might have a power surge if there are a lot of plugs, try plugging your tv into the wall socket if its on a extension you are more likely to have a surge.

If that doesn't help, then your problem is either your lamp or your ballast. When was the last time you changed your bulb? What is the make and model number of your TV?

Your fist best bet is to first buy a bulb to see if it fixes it, if not you don't lose much because you ALWAYS need a backup lamp.



Benjamin

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    Benjamin Patri Jul 13, 2009

    Alright, disregard everything I said above in the second and third paragraph since this isn't a projection tv like I was lead to believe.

    There are several circuits in the tv that could cause this in this tv. It could be a tube or the convergence circuit or
    something in the power supply. Somone would have to open it up to check, make sure it is unplugged, you will probably find a burnt part. Either way, I wouldn't even bother fixing it since it is an older model that may just be too much hassle finding spare parts and not being cost effective and I would go with a new LCD tv if you can afford it since electronics are continually becoming cheaper and they are generally quite reliable.


    Benjamin


  • Benjamin Patri
    Benjamin Patri Jul 13, 2009

    If you truly want to fix it, it would only be cost effective probably if you did it yourself as shops will charge $50 just to take it to look at it but only someone with electronic experience should fix it.

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