Question about Mitsubishi WS-48613 48" Rear Projection Television
Hi, the tv was working fine & it has barely been used since '99. I haven't used it in forever. I plugged it into the wall outlet & it won't turn on. The green light in front just clicks on & off 1 second. The TV won't turn on though. The power button on the TV does the same. Is it because I don't have the TV Cable plugged in? I doubt that. What happened? I don't know what to do?!! Please help me. Is there a reset button or something??
Most of the time the convergance ic go bad:
but try this:
The 3 flashes of the led when you plug the unit in is the
This unit has an error code diagnostics.
On the front panel of the unit press and hold the INPUT and MENU
buttons at the same time and hold them down for about 5 or 6 seconds.
The unit should activate it's error code mode.
The led will flash count the number of flashes. It will then pause for
1/2 or 1 second. The led will flash again count the number of flashes.
The unit will repeate this for about 5 or 6 times.
You now have the two digit error code. The first time the led flashed
is the first number of the error code, the next time the led flashed is
the last number of the error code.
12 ----------- indicates no error
21 ------------- X-Ray Protect circuit
22 ------------ Short Protect circuit
23 ------------- Horizontal Deflection failure
24 ------------- Vertical Deflection failure
Most units give a error code "22" short protect circuit. If so check:
If Q5A00 check bad there are other parts that have to be checked or
If you are able to do above call a tech to service the unit
Posted on Dec 11, 2007
Hi...I try the error code check..menu and input...held for over 30 seconds and it just flashes green. anyone have any idea why I am not getting a read out...could the power supply be bad??
Posted on Dec 29, 2007
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