Question about Mitsubishi VS-50705 50" Rear Projection Television
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: PIP function
The Main Picture will eventually go out or at least become distorted. Generally the PIP circuit can be repaired by replacing a couple of capacitors. Probably a job for a Pro but it will need to be done at some point.
Posted on Apr 21, 2007
I reluctantly scheduled a technician to come out next week and take a look at my set. I was going to pay, at minimum, $65 for the service visit. I was then blessed with the intutition to do a bit more research regarding the PIP box being stuck on my television and other input functions (Inputs 1,2, and DVD) being unavailable.
I stumbled across a post on the internet that mentioned that the VS50603 can reset certain error conditions by pressing and holding the Input and Menu buttons (simulatneously) on the front panel on the TV while it is off. At some point after initiating this internal reset the LED light should starting flashing at defined intervals. The number of flashes correlate to a particular error code. Please go to the Mitsubishi website and download the owners manual (VS50609 in my case, couldn't locate VS50603) to lookup what the various error codes mean.
It seemed to me that that the LED flashing did not start immediately after pressing the Input and Menu buttons. In fact, I awoke the next morning to find the TV off but the LED flashing 10 times, pausing briefly, then flashing 10 times again. The sequence of the flashes mean something. Here again, consult your owner's guide for specifics.
Long story short, after awaking to find the LED flashing, I then turned the TV on and voila-my big screen was back minus that pesky PIP box prominently displayed.
I hope this helps someone like it helped me!! Truly a Blessing for sure.
Michael in Atlanta
Posted on Dec 30, 2007
SOURCE: I have a 50" rear
This is a very common problem for this make and model of TV. Your TV's horizontal output chip has failed. It is located in the high voltage section of your TV's printed circuit board. Have a tech replace if you don't have electronic experience because this section of the TV can shock you even when it's unplugged.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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