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HD1080 65inc.mitsubishi my tv is about 5 years old i moved and had it moved to my new house thy tok out the inside when it was moved when it was put back together it does not go on,when u turn o the power butten the green light goes on and back off. the tv does not turn on at all,i had someone come out to check it they said it was a power suply,is there anyway i can find that peace and by it myself because they r chargeing me over 500 to fix it. i hope u can help?my name is Hope

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  • pebbles2171 Apr 07, 2008

    iam trying that but green light just kees blinking,sorry

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Hello hope. Try pushing in the input and menu buttons on the set and hold them both in together for 8 seconds to see if the Led will blink a two digit code then let me know what that code says. I can get you a link where to get a new power supply, but that may not be your problem. Try this test an see what the led blinks if anything then let me know I will try to help you determine whats wrong. I am a specialist with mitsubishi projection units.

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    Sonny Berry Apr 07, 2008

    Does it Blink continually without stopping? If so its due to 4 bad 1000uf @35v capacitors on the DM module. Thats what causes the power light to constantly blink. Change these capacitors and the set should work again. If you need more help let me know.

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