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The blinking green light is common to Mitsubishi Televisions.
there are two buttons on the front that you pressat the same time for 5 seconds to get into the diagnostic mode. onceyou do that, one of the led's will start blinking to give you a code.for example it might blink three times followed by a pause then twoblinks. this would be code 32 . this process will repeat a coupletimes. this codes may be listed in your manual troubleshooting section.I had a problem with a 52525 model and it was code 32 which meant thatthe lamp door was open. the door itself was not really open. Just thecable to the switch that tells you the door was open was disconnected.try to figure out if the tv has any trouble codes. I cant remember thebuttons to press. follow the link where you can download the manual.look inside and it will tell you how to enter the diagnostic mode.
hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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