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Mitsubishi cs-26ex1 tv has no picture ,but there is sound. i can get the menu to come up and see the menu just fine. is there any way to fix the picture, like do i need to reset the tv and if so how do i reset tv? please help I have no picture but I have horizontal blue lines for some time then lines disappear and sound is perfectly fine. Please let me know the solution. Thanks SK

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  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2008

    tv has no picture ,but there is sound. i can get the menu to come up and see the menu just fine. is there any way to fix the picture, like do i need to reset the tv and if so how do i reset tv? please help
    I have no picture but I have horizontal blue lines for some time then lines disappear and sound is perfectly fine. Please let me know the solution. Thanks

    rmart64@hotmail.com

  • rmart64 Mar 25, 2008

    tv has no picture ,but there is sound. i can get the menu to come up and see the menu just fine. is there any way to fix the picture, like do i need to reset the tv and if so how do i reset tv? please help
    I have no picture but I have horizontal blue lines for some time then lines disappear and sound is perfectly fine. Please let me know the solution. Thanks

    rmart64@hotmail.com

  • Anonymous Apr 22, 2008

    tv has sound but no picture, has lines through it some times, tried just about everything but nothing works

  • browntbdd Feb 27, 2009

    same exact problem

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  • bruceg1220 May 14, 2009

    My problem is a horizontal amplifier problem, When I turn the TV on I get a scrolling of the horizontal pic but still have sound. How can I repair this? Is there a horizontal adjustment on the back panel? I did find one that adjusts the brightness just to the right of the terminal block on the back of the set. Please advise on this.

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I have the same issue. Could you please send me the fix for the PIP bypass to markgraceffa@verizon.net.

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This sound like the standard Mitshubisi PIP board problem. There are two ways to adress this one is to repair the board, this involves replacing surface mounted capacitor and is about %80.00 sucsessful. The other is to simply bypass this board. this option is the way to go, it involves installing two capacitor on the main board and fixes the main pix but kills the Picture in Picture (PIP) I will send off both these repairs to your E-mail

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