How do you retieve the error codes?
All Mitsubishi DLP Televisions have a built in Diagnostic Decoder to
store the last fault in memory. This will help the Mitsubishi Technician
determine what area or part defect could exsist due to your television
not coming on or turning off by itself. In order to read the error code
from the front panel lights, you need to know how to access this
information if it is available.
Please remember not to unplug the
tv from the power outlet because this will reset the error code. The
television must be in the power off state or shut off state to retreive
Error Code Operational Check
Note: The TV must be in
Shut Down and not have been switched Off, to perform the Error Code
Pressing the front panel ACTIVITY
and CHANNEL DOWN v buttons at the same time, and holding for 5
activates the Error Code Mode. The TIMER LED
flashes denoting a two digit Error Code, or indicating no
occurred since the last usage.
Note: The front panel buttons
must be used, NOT those on the Remote Control. The number of flashes
indicates the value of the MSD (tens digit) of the Error Code. The
flashing then pauses for approximately 1/2 second. The LED then
flashes indicating the value of the LSD (ones digit) of the Error Code.
The Error Code is repeated a total of 5 times.
Example: If the Error
Code is 23, the LED will flash two times, pause, and then flash three
times, then this will repeat itself for four more times before the
blinking stops. If you forget the code, you can start all over again
after the LEDs have stopped blinking. Just remember you are looking for a
two digit code, denoted by a pause in the middle.
are watching Television and after 20 seconds it shuts off with no
picture or sound. By pressing on the front panel the INPUT and MENU at
the same time starts the Diagnostic Procedure, and the TIMER LED will
then blink six times, and then a small pause, then six more times. This
is an error code of 66, and will indicate to the Technician a defect in
the lamp ignition circuitry. This will help us to order parts for the
repairs without guess work.
In addition to the above code
retrieval procedure- most new Mitsubishi LCD & DLP televisions have a
built in Error Code Log or menu system. To access this
feature the television has to be on and have a picture or blue screen
to read this fault menu . To read this Error Log in the television you
have to use the Mitsubishi remote control and follow this procedure: Press
& release the Menu button, followed by 3564 on
the remote control. You will see Lamp time, Code & Status.
If an error has happened, please read the numbers indicated under Code
to our service person or office staff. We can determine by these codes
how to handle service on your unit.
Jun 03, 2010 |
Mitsubishi WD-65732 65" Projection HDTV