Question about Mitsubishi WS-55513 55" Rear Projection HDTV
Im having a problem where we had a power surge where we live and when the power came back on, the tv won't cut back on. The green light is flashing, but nothing. I've read the suggestion about tha capacitors and am wondering if there's another possible solution. If not, would i be able to change them myself without taking the tv apart? I dont know where the dm board is but im not really trying to pay an arm and a leg. Plus the playoff games come on in a few hours! Thank you for any help. Dee
Go to this site they have the service manual which they email you after purchase and that entitles you to free tech support and they have a repair tech that can do the repair in his sleep he will actually send you step by step instructions with pictures on doing the repair which only cost a few dollars in capacitors
Posted on May 03, 2008
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