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Mitsubishi Medallion rear projection lost signal from all devices

I have a Mitsubishi Medallion rear projection HDTV. We lose the signal to the TV from all devices, cable, dvd, surround sound. Turn the TV off and we gain signal again for a few minutes before it happens again. It is not the devices because through the surround sound we can still hear the signal, meaning audio from what we were watching. We had this problem repaired once before under warranty but that has expired and don't want to get ripped off.

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Have you fixed this problem yet?. I seem to have the same issue.

Posted on Oct 23, 2009

  • David Nov 25, 2009

    On the signal board there is 4 surface mount transistors. There is one
    right by the input board (BA09), i would check the corresponding caps
    and diodes close to it also. I would replace all of the 4 transistors.
    If this SMT starts to go you will see wavy lines in your picture than
    it will go away in 3 min or so and get worse over time until no picture
    is seen. When it totally fails you will have no inputs what soever but
    you will have an OSD screen and when you choose DTV you will get a
    scrolling picture.

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