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Looking for schmatic for vs60vf1

I have lots of burnt traces and resistors burnt beyond recognition in the area of Q4a04. Does any one have a schmatic of this area so that I can fix this set?

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    Lee Mar 21, 2008

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    Lee Mar 21, 2008

    Yes Mitsubishi vs60vf-1

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    Lee Mar 21, 2008

    I can not say. What I do know is that there will be no more troubleshooting on my part untill I can replace the burnt parts and do some trace reroutes on this board. I mean it is TOASTED. Once I have that rebuilt and rewired I can start in on other issues.

    But I am courious about this coolant leakage. Where would the coolant be comming from? And more importantly do you have the schmatic for this TV powerboard?

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    Lee Mar 21, 2008

    I am trying to repair my self.

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    Lee Mar 21, 2008

    Yes its a V12B Cassis. I know the locations but dont know the values.

  • Lee
    Lee Mar 21, 2008

    Troy do you have anyone that might have this schmatic? Can you ask around? It's a Mitsubishi VS60vf-1

  • Lee
    Lee Mar 21, 2008

    Excellent Thank you


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What your email address?

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  • Lashawn Robinson Mar 21, 2008

    Is this a Mitsubishi tv?

  • Lashawn Robinson Mar 21, 2008

    This set is known for coolant leakage, do you think this might be the case?

  • Lashawn Robinson Mar 21, 2008

    Have you tried pricing a replacement board, from PTS-18008447871? If that's possible or are you trying to repair yourself?

  • Lashawn Robinson Mar 21, 2008

    I don't have a schematic on this model don't know why there is not one, correct me if I'm wrong but this is aV12b chassis right?

    No Schematic for me VS-67 no! If location number is visible maybe you could find parts replacement, but for board if burnt bad then may not be feasible.

  • Lashawn Robinson Mar 21, 2008

    I will check on a few things and get back, check your email for info


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