Question about Mitsubishi WD-52525 52" Rear Projection HDTV
When I turn my WD-52525 on, all I get is a blured, flickering blue screen and no inputted picture. I can change the inputs and the menus still appear (although blury) but the set does not appear to be getting a signal from anything.Problem just came out of nowhere when I turned it on; was perfect night before.Dont think the lamp would cause such a problem, would it?
I had the same problem, a blue flickering screen and then nothing. Forunately it is still under warranty. Geek Squad Tech came out within a week and brought a replacement lamp. Still no picture. He opened the back and decided the problem was the power supply and the power supply board. Parts were ordered on 12/10/07. Still no board today. Expected shipment now on 1/23/08. I hope it shows up soon. Getting tired of looking at black screen instead of bowl games. How hard is it to get parts??
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
Hi guys, seems to me you have a problem on you power supply board, replaced capacitor 16 volts 3300uf. 2 pcs and one 1000uf 16volts setting beside on two capacitor
Posted on Jan 03, 2008
Replace 2 capacitors at power supply PCB - next to tuner.
Posted on Dec 03, 2007
Would the light engine explain why all the video sources were supressed and displayed as blue screens yet the menu was still displayed (albeit flickering)?
In principle having a pro look at it sounds good, but if it is going to cost more than about ~$400, it's probably not worth fixing. I just got a 57" 1080p WDY577 for $1199.
The 939P977010light engine is avaiable for $359.95 here: http://www.tvlampsforless.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=ENGINE52
Or I can send the modules into PTS who will repair for reasonable flat fee (e.g. $92 for power board, $175 for DM board). Trick is to get a reasonable confidence about where the problem is.
When I have a chance I'll probably open it up and check out the notorious electrolytic caps...
Posted on Dec 02, 2007
It sounds like the light engine has failed..since it is expensive it would be a good idea to have a factory trained tech take a look
Posted on Nov 30, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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