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36" Mitsubishi tv rolls

Unable to find an adjustment on the back of the tv to stop the tv from rolling

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  • Vicki1970 Jan 04, 2008

    Model Number CS 35301

    Serial NO. 541520



    April 1994

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Please provide Model # and mo / yr off back of set and I can help you...................T.

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  • Vista Electronics Jan 04, 2008

    Thank You for the info !

    Solution is.....remove PIP module ( defective)

    On VP connector bottom of chassis...use 22mf NP 50v caps

    to connect pin 5 to 11 and pin 7 to 9.....that will pass video

    to full screen,but PIP box will not work.......this repair is called

    a PIP by-pass...........a very common Mits. repair..............T.

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