Question about Mitsubishi WS-65513 65" Rear Projection HDTV
The timer green light blinks all the time but the tv will not power on. We have unplugged it and pressed the reset button and nothing works. This has been going on for about three weeks now. The first time it happened for about a week and one day I noticed the light was not blinking and I used the remote and the tv turned on, however after about a week the power went off in the night and the green light started blinking again and will not stop and will not turn on. This time it has lasted for the last 3 weeks or so. If you have any ideas please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you.
The continues blinking 99.9 % of the time is four caps on your DM board. The caps are C9B01,C9B02,C9B10 and C9B11 they use 1000UHF the upgrade caps are 680 UHF- 35V. The board is on the very left hand side (from back).
I have performed this repair at least 50 times and it takes me still about 1.5 hours. If you are not handy and do not have a solder station, I would recommend that you call a factory authorized service dealer to perform this repair. With service call and ect. it will cost you around $550.00 and the repair can be done in the home, of course prices varies across the country.
Good Luck, Day, Big Irish.
Posted on Jun 18, 2008
SOURCE: Mitsubishi WS-65611
Just from what you've described it could be any number of things. One of the more common problems is the convergence Ic8c00 Stk393-110 Mits. Part # 267p155010 and the fuse 9a04... On a scale of 1 to 10 and 10 being the most difficult the task is about an 8 to replace and trace test the convergence circuit. You can however check and see if 9a04 is open, and if so, then you know where the problem is and can be more informed when asking a shop about what they charge to repair this problem. Take a VU or DMM meter set on continuity and loacte 9a04. That location number will be printed on the board right next to the component you're looking for... Next test it for continuity. If you get no reading it's open and the convergence amp is the culprit. Hope this helps. Bill
Posted on Jun 06, 2007
SOURCE: Mitsubishi ws-65513
Have you looked at the DM board fix yet that's available here. http://www.fixya.com/howto/h154057-mitsubishi_dm_board_repair Check it out. If the inside of your TV set does not look like this, you will need to get the service manual to disassemble the set and get to the DM board, but use the rest of the guide to repair the board. If you are successful, you will save almost a 1000 bucks! Good Luck
Posted on Jul 14, 2007
This set uses a single STK-393-110 CONVERGENCE IC---I will tell you what is needed and what is involved in this repair.
The chip can purchased on Ebay for about 14 dollars plus shipping--On Ebay select search, then advanced search, and then search by seller--look for: sewsales55 (the company is called Suburban Electronics and is in Maryland--I buy a lot of parts from them.)
Info is coming and let me know if you have any questions here or there.
I do this here for free so if this has helped you give me a vote here.
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
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you have some caps that have failed in the dm module
that will have to be replaced to correct the problem
if your know how to change them and have the tools the caps can be obtained through most electroinc parts suppliers
there 1000mfd 16v we increase working voltage to 35WV
if you can change them let me know and i can give you locations on the board and the dm stands on the right side of chassis at rear
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
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