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WD-65833 Flashing Green Light/Will not turn on!

When I press the System Reset button I get the rapid flashing green light; it never turns off and the TV never comes back. Heard about replacing the caps on the DM board, but where is the DM board? Any suggestions helpful...

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  • Silvaman Mar 29, 2008

    Have a service manual in hand! Thanks a bunch. 

  • baseballgc Apr 25, 2008

    I am having the same problem as well. The TV is 110 lb paper weight.

  • Neptune36 Jan 23, 2009

    Flashing green light, reset will not work. Unplug and plug back in, same thing green light flashes. I know the difference between a capacitor and resistor so can probably fix it if I have directions. Thanks for the help

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Its an easy repair however i would recomend not even attempting the repair without the service manual as the DLP chassis is completely incased and you will need the info just to get the chassis out , That will explain exactly how to disassemble. once disassembled there are 4 100uf capacitors that are causing the problem. If you would like the full service manual for your set let me know and I will post a link where you can get it emailed and they will provide free support to help you do the repair.

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