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Blue screen with static ball ...

My screen displays a blue background with many horizontal lines that give the general shape of a ball in the center of the screen...you could call the ball white or baby blue as its intermixed with the background I think. I know the bulb is on its last leg as its been two years since its been replaced and the tv is whining about it but wouldn't think I could have anything displaying on the screen if the bulb was out...? Anyway I'll rip into it if I have any hope of fixing it or have an idea at least of whats wrong. The sound was that of static (matched the picture) which tended to make me think it was input so I took the cable box out of the path...same results. Then after 10 to 15 minutes it shut itself off which more or less took the signal theory away. Could it be a bulb even displaying the blue background or does it sound more like a different problem.
Randy Petty

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  • samanthacarp Jan 06, 2008

    I am getting the exact same problem. It started today and ended with the blue screen. Before, the picture was bouncy, but I had sound. Our bulb is also on its last leg, but again, i don't think its a bulb problem, as if it were, would we see blue at all?? I can't fix tv's, so checking anything out myself is out of the questions-I wouldn't know what I was looking at. So, if anyone has any thoughts of what might be wrong and advice about repair vs. purchase, I would appreciate it. 

  • Anonymous Feb 29, 2008

    Same problem over here. Bulb is also on its last leg. Have you resolved this yet?



    I see the same screen when i put a DVD in......

  • eyol3 Mar 01, 2008

    I have the same problem. I did the self test by pressing Menu and Device at the same time and got 12, which I think means "No error - check power supply", or something like that. It is not a lamp problem, because if it was there would be no blue screen, and there would be a red light on the front panel. My screen currently looks blue (which is normal) but with a whiteish circular area in the middle, which sometimes gets bigger, and sometimes gets smaller. When it gets bigger, it turns into a large bar across the middle of the screen. Any help would be appreciated.

  • cysgr8 Mar 03, 2008

    exact same problem over here... bulb on very last leg. Had the problem for 3 days now and had a tech come look at it. He seems to think its the TUNER. which is supposedly $1k to replace..............



    Oh yeah... bulb died today........... I'm really tempted to get a new bulb just to see if it randomly fixes it.



    SOMEONE PLEASE HELP!!

  • prp53 Jan 23, 2009

    I fixed my problem...junked the TV and bought another one. A technician came out and quoted me 1500 to fix it, said it needed a new color engine, so I spent the 1500 on a new plasma...see how this one holds up.

  • workalot6 Jan 26, 2009

    Same problems,

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OK guys, i posted above and i found what the problem might be... Last night we took apart the tv (according to another post in this forum) and found the power supply which is behind the tuner..

then we saw the capacitors were busted on it.... it looks like this :

http://www.fixya.com/uploads/images/BB3E69C.jpg

see how they are buldging on top in stead of just flat... and sometimes it will have a hole... like its busted.

So hopefully, replacing those will fix it... supposedly you can order them from mitsubishi for like $5 and have someone solder it on for you.

Posted on Mar 05, 2008

  • cysgr8 Jan 26, 2009

    update... we did order the capacitors and had a tv repairman soldier it on.. it fixed the problem and only cost $15.

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Do self test first

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