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Component Video Problem--Again

I'm about at wits end with this set. Long story--I'll condense as best I can. TV purchased 12/04. In 11/06 I hooked up a HD cable box via the component video jacks. No signal. (I had never used the component jacks, so was not sure they ever worked.) After weeks of troubleshooting by cable co., local TV repair co., and Mitsubishi Tech., it was determined that board #930B924002 was bad. After $621 replacement, the TV worked for 2 weeks--then back to the blue screen. (All other inputs have always worked fine.) Mitsubishi then decided it must need an entire new chassis #955B298001 ($1,015). The day I was to take the set back in for the repair, it began to work--out of the blue, with no tinkering--so I didn't take it in. Now, 15 months later, it has quit working again. Do you know what is happening and if this is common with this set?

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Had to get my chassis replaced for similar reasons. it was still under warranty so i lucked out. however i was out of a tv for 3 months off and on because of all the troubleshooting that had to be done before Mitsu said replace the chassis

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