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Mitsubishi WD-52628 52" Inputs look like old cable scrambled channels

I have had my Mitsubishi WD-52628 52" for about 2 years. The bulb went out so I replaced it. After turning on the TV, the screen is not holding a stedy picture. it looke lke an old scrambled cable channel. It does the same thing with all s-video, composite, and rca inputs. Screen looks fine in pip. I tried a hard reset and nothing has worked so far. Any help is appreciated.

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  • jesfknkrys Apr 07, 2008

    Thanks for the advise. I took the board there was no visible swollen capacitors. After putting the TV back together, the status light turned on now I am unable to power on the TV.

  • jesfknkrys Aug 26, 2008

    Changed the capacitors and the TV powers on again, but still has the picture not syncing problem. Do you have any other recommendations?

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EVERYONE WITH THE BLINKING GREEN TIMER LIGHT ISSUE NEEDS TO PERFORM A "FACTORY RESET" WITH THE REMOTE. Power up the TV set then immediately enter "MENU 1,2,3" to get you to factory reset!!

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  • Kato Jun 21, 2012

    Additionally the remote needs to be original or a universal remote that has a working "menu" button, "numbers" buttons and the "up, down, left, right" buttons to access this fix.

  • Kato Jun 21, 2012

    Also for the record I want to give credit to tvtechlady on this site for the answer to the blinking green timer light issue. She was the only one with this advice. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!

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Change the 1000uf @16v capacitors on the FMT board that should solve your problem. You will most likely found that they have swelled. Let me know if you need further info.

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