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Blue screen when in TV mode, hace HDcable

Check connection or power for RGBHL or YPrPB may be invalid

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Blue screen indicates you have no signal/source. Double check that the signal source good. Replace cables if you can, make to look closely at both ends of cable. What is your signal source cable, sat.,?

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Ws 65611 will not play HD channels. Screen gets fuzzy like it is trying to focus, then converts to blue screen that states "Check connections or power. The connections for RGBHV or YPrPb invalid" I have...


This model only has one HD input---it has two sets of component inputs on the back and one is marked 480/1080----in the menu it will be the DTV input.

Check to make sure you are not connected to the other component input.

Let me know what happens and let me know exactly where you are connected and what are using for signal.

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You could have a problem in the DM board assembly. First thing to do is open it and see if the DM power supply capacitors are swollen or bad. This could be a very costly repair unless you know how to solder and work on printed circuit boards. If you do not, play it safe and call in a pro to assist you in this repair.

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Can you help with this error message: "Check connections or power. The connections for RGBHV or YPrPb may be invalid." Getting no picture for any devices connected to the screen.


There is a problem with the Component video cables and/or connection. These are the 5 RCA cables. Red, Blue, Green and two additonal cables for audio in red and white. Be sure they are connected to the proper ports on each end. Not sure what you have connected to the TV with these cables, but HDMI would be best. You also should have selected "Video" from the Input button on the tv's remote. Check these and follow up if possible.

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This projector should have 2 modes for component input, RGB and YPrPb. Make sure that you are in the correct mode. I suspect that the projector is expecting YPrPb and you are sending RGB.

Check that first and update this with what you find.

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Cant see why not if you have a VGA (usually blue 15 hole (3x5 rows) connection on the Plasma TV, it should be ok. Connect the VGA cable to your PC and then to the TV, then power both up, Search through you TV Sources till you find VGA or sometimes AUX and you will see your PC booting up as normal. Also you might want to put sound to the tv too, in which case you'll need a 3.5mm jack lead at one end (into the sound card Green Jack Socket), to what ever the sound input is on your TV, usually the same 3.5mm Jack. If you want to still use your PC monitor too, you will need a VGA Y splitter, only a couple of quid off ebay, and another VGA cable, about the same price. Hope that's of use to you.

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Error message: check connections or power-the connections for RGBHV or YPrPb may be invalid. The screen is a two tone blue and is flashing.


DO NOT do anything to your Mitsubishi WD-52525 until you read this forum overseen by a Mitsubishi certified repair technician: http://www.hometheatershack.com/forums/mitsubishi/11703-problem-mitsubishi-wd-52525-scrambled-picture-no-picture-2.html . There has been a worldwide problem in computers and TVs over the past several years with faulty electrolytic capacitors (from Taiwan) that decay, dry out, swell and die. The power supply is often the first component to go bad, but other systems also degrade over time. As the forum explains , this problem is widespread in these sets causing multiple types of display problems after several years of use. Mitsubishi is aware of the problem and will cover most of the cost of repairing the chassis, even years out of warranty, but apparently ONLY if you get an estimate from a Mitsubishi certified repair station and contact their customer support BEFORE doing any work on the set. I just followed the recommended procedure on that forum and Mitsubishi is covering half the cost of my $700+ repair when my 3+ year-old set recently died and showed only a blue screen. I'm not sure if this is your problem, but it might be.

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replace DM or try to fix it.
http://www.chrisandnat.com/Projects/BlinkingTV/blink.htm
http://www.jeremyburns.com/Mitsubishi-Green-Blinking-Light-Fix.pdf
http://www.fixya.com/howto/h159332-mitsubishi_dm_board_repair
http://hdtvoice.com/voice/showthread.php?t=32186

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