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Lost power, when it come back on green light on front flashing, tried all that troubleshooting said and it will not flashing. Mitsubishi 6275

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Http://www.techlore.com/downloads/file/39528/WS-A48_VS-A50_WS-A55_WS-A65.pdf
OK use this Service Manual above, to troubleshoot and repair your set. This is what the engineers use to find and repair all faults.

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