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Some of the older sets with PIP require only the original remote to operate or turn on and off.
The PIP board usually develops problems with surface mounted caps and there is a "modification" where traces are cut and two 4.7 mfd caps inserted which will bypass the PIP board from the set--a model number would tell me if this is possible in your set or not--you missing the original remote? Almost any Mitsubishi remote of the era with PIP controls should do the job.
These models have been known to have faulty capacitors on the PIP module as a result thy loose vertical synvh and the picure will roll. The PIP module is no longer available. But if you would like I can post a way for you to bypass the module and if the modle is at fault your tv will work fine, but you wont have PIP anylonger
Perform PIP bypass (must give up PIP function)
1)remove PIP module,leave out.
2)Install 22mf/50v NP caps on bottom of PCB.
Mount cap to VP pins 5 to 11.
" " " " " 7 to 9.
Re-check video=should be clean.
You can buy a PIP circuit card on the internet(about $15.00) that can replace your current PIP card. It will bypass the PIP function which is most likely the problem. Instructions for instal come with new card. It's a relatvely easy task if you are in anyway technically capable. Worth the try. Rexman