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Just want a repair center to ship this flickering tv

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Post your zipcode and I can recommend a repair shop, also need to know the model number.

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Wd65738 flickering

I had a TV do that about a year ago, the repair man said it was the color wheel inside the tv. I changed the bulb to see if he was BS'ng me and eventually got the manufacturer to send a color wheel and I change it myself, was very easy...TV works fine ever since. Hope this helps

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Tv has green light and will not go on

The entire chassis needs to be shipped to Mitsubishi for rebuilding.This is extremely common and the boards are no longer available.If you complain enough to Mitsubishi they may cover a portion of the repair through an auth. service center.

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I have the same problems with the blinking light but i did not but the extended warrenty ...if i did it would be expired anyhow.not sure what to do...fix it or buy a new TV that is NOT a mitsubishi.

you will need to replace several caps on the FMT, DM and the power supply.board there are several directions out there to repair this but it really needs to be shipped back to itsubishi for an overhaul, contact them or an authorized repair center

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Picture shrinks to the center and start flickering

When Posting, its a good idea to always give the make and model number.
But it appears you have a vertical deflection problem.
being that is works for a while consistantly I am to believe it is just bad solder around the vertical IC.
If you give the model number I will assist you as to what the vertical ic is. :)

Aug 21, 2009 | Sony Televison & Video

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Very loud buzz

Their is no more you can do.
You need a professional.
Stop using the TV until it is repaired.
Call the manufacturer to find you nearest authorized service center.

MR. TV Sales & Service Inc
Milwaukee Wisconsin 53405
(414) 762-8600
Established 1974

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Green or blue vertical lines on my WD52525

it is not the lamp. the DM board is causing this problem. if the DM is going bad the FMT is not far behind. it will cost you $250.00 plus shipping one way. see

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Green power on light flickers

You may need to repair the DM board, do you have any solid state repair experience? Check this out, it is already posted here! Good Luck to you!

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