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What a great tv this is Mitsubishi did a fine job making this one, but......only an authorized mitsubishi servicer should repair it. This set records diagnostic led codes that the technician receives to help determine where the problem might be, not the problem, but in which circuit it might be. The one thing to try is, unplug the tv , let it set for a minute, plug it back in , turn it on and hope it reset the micro. Next , call for mits. service.
you probabily need to change the input, find the input button, when you hit it you should get a box on the screen, with inputs, highlight diferent ones and hit select- untill you get pick back, thats what my sugestion would be
if you have a tec do it will be beween 400 and 500 dollars all the parts you need are probably under 50 dollars if you would like I can post you a link where you can buy a service manual and they provide free tec support
Could be a power supply problem - sounds like the feeder cap was failing slowly until the heat stress on the regulator finally gave out.. You'll want to check the following: Strm6515A (That's the regulator, R9a23 1.2 ohm, C9a15 220uf/35v , R9a0 1k all in that feed circuit for the regulator.
Go to http://www.remotes.com enter in the TV model number, and order it, as there is nothing that can be done in a case like this. You could try to borrow a remote from a local store to switch the set back to the tuner section or borrow an original remote from someone.