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Green timer light

Ihave a projectot tv and i have sond but no picture

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I have the same problem with the green flashing light. We have had the chassis rebuilt by Mitsubishi which took 41/2 months to get done. Now i am told after it went out again that it will take the same amount of time. By the way the TV only worked for about 90 days after they rebuilt the chassis. I am going to push for Mitsubishi to replace this as this has happened twice now. and for those of you who own this TV they are not cheap. I will keep you posted with what happens. or if I own a 5000.00 paper weight.

Posted on Nov 16, 2008

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