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Wavy picture 65'' mitsubishi projection tv wavy when turned on for a while then clears up. whats wrong

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I need the model number to be sure. I am guessing that a 2200uf or a 3300uf capacitor in the main power supply is going bad. Call a good TV Tech and explain it to him. He should know where to find it and replace. Should cost around $175 at the most.

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Do you have anything to test it in 1080i? Does it do it on all connections or just one? I had a similar problem with my TV that turned out to be a bad input board. Mine would only display 1080i through the Component connections. All others would show pink and green wavy lines. It cost me around 500 to fix it. Unplug the TV. Remove the back cover for the TV. Using a NON-metal object, or gloves, wiggle the input board (that has all the video connections on it) slowly back and forth and see if the problem comes and goes. You will have to have someone watching for you. If something is loose on that board, the problem should show itself. Narrowing down the problem will probably save you money on repair bills.

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It looks like you have a convergence problem here, probably a defective convergence IC.

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It is capacitors in your TV set. If you fix it before the set goes out, you will save about a grand. Contact me @ techman32k@yahoo.com

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Sounds like a cold solder joint, turn the main pcb over and see if you find any cracked solder or where the solder looks like it got hot.

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@unclejed ahem, what convergence module please?? the set has only one module and that is the DCU. so you have one in the shop,yes? are you sure you know what you are doing? by your description you don't and just get the real technicians out of work. do you think that is fair to rob us of work we need to make a living??

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you got somes capacitor bothering you, and nop, there are nothing you can do, but call a tech, the problem could be in the video card or in the power supply but is a tech job....good luck

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