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Hi, My tv has decided to shut itself off when I turn it on. I have a Mitsubishi CS-40FX1 1999. The screen is also a little hourglass. Pulling in on the sides from the middle.

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The failure is in the "pincushion" circuitry and most likely capacitors have failed.

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Thank you for contacting Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Inc. We
are pleased to be able to assist our customers via our website. Here is the
information that you have requested:
TV Lock #8


Models:


Color Televisions
CS-20EX1, CS-20301, CS-26EX1, CS-26201, CS-26301, CS-2725R, CS-27EX1,
CS-27MX1, CS-27TX1, CS-27200, CS-27201, CS-27301, CK-27304, CK-27306,
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CK-35MX3, CS-35201, CS-35201A, CS-35203, CS-35205A, CS-35301, CS-35401,
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VS-40VA2, VS-4517S, VS-45VA1, VS-45VA2, VS-4561, VS-4562, VS-5016R,
VS-5017S, VS-50VA1, VS-50VA2, VS-50VF1, VS-50VF2, VS-50VX2, VS-50VX3,
VS-5061, VS-5062, VS-6017R, VS-6026R, VS-60VA2, VS-60VF1, VS-60VF2,
VS-60VX2, VS-60VX3, VS-6061, VS-7017R


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IMPORTANT> You must use the original remote control that came with the
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7. Press the #9 and QV buttons at the same time.
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menu and indicate that the lock is off.


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