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Mitsubishi VS6004R Big screen-help to bypass the pip.

I am having trouble with my pip and woud like to bypass the pip in this unit. Does anyone have the schematics or could tell me where the pip module is?

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Well if you are electrically inclined, the service manual for your tv ought to have more info on that. servicemanual.net I think. You have to pay, of course, but you can get a PDF.

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