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I just bought a 55 Inch Rear Projection HD Mitsubishi TV. 2002 model year. It appeared to work fine yesterday at the guys house before I bought it then I brought it home and I have a flickering going on. The flicker is also only in one of the AV menus but not the other one. Help please. Could I have banged something loose? The DTV av is not flickering whatever DTV is. But the regular imputs are flickering

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  • goodnightgal Apr 29, 2010

    What am I looking for after I open up the TV? Any tips on what I should do?

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It's not a banged-out connection, something is wrong with the analog inputs (and only them, the rest of the tv is ok) - probably caused by a faulty capacitor either in the corresponding power line or the signal path itself, normal problem for a tv of that age. You will gonna have to open it and see where the problem is.

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  • Azrael SRL Apr 29, 2010

    Look for anything out of the ordinary: bulging or leaking capacitors, darkened resistors or parts of the circuit board, any other parts that look loose or burned. Also check the voltages.


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