Question about Mitsubishi Televison & Video
Those blinks [flashes] are fault indication (Error Codes). From the number of blinks occur at one time switch ON, you can get an idea about the faulty circuit section inside it. This will make repair easy. These are called blinking codes. Make sure about the exact number of blinking of the standby/power LED, by switching On & OFF the set, for at least two times. Count it carefully. If you wish to get some details, check the site linked here. It has details about blinking codes, and fault locating procedure, to many popular brand TVs and other devices.
If blinks continue without any pause, the main board is faulty.
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Posted on May 12, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need a new projector bulb. Google up your model and buy the best warranteed one you cAN FIND. Buy a "caged assembly" and not just a bare bulb.
Then unplug your tv and get a screwdriver. Follow your model's instructions and just snug down the electrical screws. Do not overtighten them.
Then consult your manual on how to reset the lamp timer so it knows you put a new bulb in and fires up from the first try.
Treat yourself because you've just saved yourself a trip from a repairman!
Posted on Aug 13, 2010
SOURCE: getting white spots on my
Hi,all HDTV have boards that control vertical and horizontal output to their respective areas. They are connected to the screen by ribbon cables. If one of these boards fails all together, has a failed chip, a bad connection, or a bad ground somewhere it will result in a black line in the area of that board and also white spots.
A bad ribbon cable connection on the bottom will result in a vertical black bar though the screen. Many times resetting the connection will fix it, if the ribbon cable has been nicked there could be a severed connection. They an sometimes be fixed, but it is a pain. An yes I have done it, but the bar is gone. The same will happen if the chip that outputs to that area opens.
The connectors are the first place to look paying close attention to the cable, they are extremely delicate so great care must be taken if you decide to tinker with em, the usually have lift locks that release them.
Posted on Jul 18, 2011
Ok, I see for some reason this question is listed several times with somewhat different wording---I have a suggestion for you which may sound silly but can resolve your problem if what I think is wrong is wrong:
Take a look at this link, it is a question similar to yours and the answer cured the problem in this set----worth trying and cannot hurt--I would not do it in the house as a lot of dust is likely to be in set.
Please let me know if questions etc.
Posted on Apr 21, 2012
Check this possible answer I provided and it worked for another similar set:
Posted on May 23, 2012
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