Question about Mitsubishi WS-55859 55" Rear Projection Television
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while i am looking for your schematics, take a time to read the link about
and post the things you have done to remedy the cause.
It will indicate flashes or continues flashes, and it may helps us
find the possible causes of it.
There could be many reasons. But, more Often, it would be
on the Circuits Board. You need to Open the TV, unplug the
wires from Circuits Board, pull it out and check it.
More often, you would find either a Loose Solder
connection or Leaked / Bulged / Swelled capacitor. You
need to note down the part number and you could order it
online or go to your Local Electronics shop and
purchase it. Once you solder it, it would be all set.
hope these helps initially , regards
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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