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Power serge I have a Mitsubishi WD52825 52" DLP TV. We had a power serge the the other day and although we had the TV plugged into a power stip, the serge affected the TV. The TV was off at the time but after the serge the timer light started flashing and wont stop and the TV wont power up. We pressed reset button and tried unplugging and TV just wont go on. The TV is not working and the green light wont stop blinking. PLEASE HELP ME!!!

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  • Leahbrand Jan 20, 2008

    I tried the above and it didnt work. Do you have any idea about how much this should cost to have repaired. I dont want to put a lot of money into this TV. THank you very much!!!! Leah

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2008

    My tv suddenly die-out. The timer LED keeps flashing but tv not even turn on. I replaced the lamp but still the same. I already did a system reset as well as press all other buttons. Nothing help... what is going with my tv, anyone know?

  • daryl112 Nov 19, 2008

    I have the same issues. If i uses the reset over and over sometimes it will stop flasing and then I am able to power it on. Has anyone resoled this issue without spending lots of money?

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Ok First question does the led continue to blink after 70 seconds after u plug it in. it is common for a cuircit board called the dm(digital module) to go bad in these units. this set has a keyboard lockout feature. Press menu for 10 seconds on front panel. if that does not release control then u more than likely have a problem with dm module. there are several bullitens about this and several things a tech can do to repair this set

Posted on Jan 16, 2008

  • Willie Howell Jan 21, 2008

    If you can get dm board which is getting hard to find the average cost to repair such is 300 to 600 dollars.

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