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NO picture Power on the TV, hear audio but no picture, powers itself back off few minutes later.

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Re: NO picture

If you go to the following link. we have the service manual for your tv for 10.99 and we provide unlimited chat support to help diagnose and repair your TV. Just click on mitubishi and you will see your manual. then click on the contact us link and provide your email address we will email your manual and instructions on how to enter into the chat sessions. Hope this helps.

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