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No Picture At All on my DLP Mitsubishi

Although I have no indications from the "Lamp" indicator on my WD_52628 DLP HD TV, I get no video output at all. The lamp is on, as I can see by looking at the wall behind the TV and feeling the warm exhaust flow. But I get no picture -- not the menus, not from the broadcast TV (although I have sound) nor from the input with the cable signal on it. Not even being able to see the menus really worries me.

I've tried the reset button on the front, but that didn't help. I'm concerned that the DLP chip itself might be toast.

Any ideas??

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  • phershey Dec 31, 2007

    Thanks for the suggestion. I haven't been able to track down any info in a self-test mode on this model, here or elsewhere, and I couldn't seem to make heads or tails of finding anything on the ctechnicians site other than paid chat.

    Of course Mitsubishi customer support is closed until Wednesday, and the local warranty provider is on vacation until 1/8, not having provided for anyone to back him up while he's gone. Fat lot of good my extended warranty from Mitsubishi is doing me this week.


  • wakano Feb 21, 2008

    My daughter was watching T.V. and it just went black. You can still hear everything but you can't see anything and the indicators are not on.

  • ytrohsria Dec 05, 2008

    I'm having the same problem. The screen is blank and I can't access anything on the tv. Did you ever get this resolved? If so, could you let me know what you did that fixed this issue?

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I just press the menu and enter button and it seem to reset the set properly.

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HI sorry I'm not gonna be much help but I'm having a similar problem with the WD-52631 It powers on and i get sound but no picture. Only thing is that my set shuts itself off after about a 2 mins. when the power is on i get a code of 12 = no problems? but when power is off i get 66 = no lamp detected or my board is not picking up my lamp? I dunno. I've had this thing for a lil over a year and been through two lamps and had a tech. to my house to replace some sensor. Now more problems ughh!!!!! I really liked this tv too. its a shame it doesnt work worth a damn and mitsu tech support sucks.
good luck everyone

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First do a self test to get error codes. To do this look on threads here or go to ctechnicians.com

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