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TIMER BLINKING RED

HI I HAVE A WD-62825 TV , IT WAS GIVEN TO ME BAY A FRIEND BECAUSE THE TV WOULD NOT COME ON AND THE TIMER LIGHT IS BLIKING RED , HE WENT OUT AND BOUGHT A NEW ONE AND I KEPT THIS FOR ME TO SEE IF I CAN FIX IT, DOES ANY BODY KNOWS WHAT TDOES THIS MEANS AND HOW CAN I FIX IT.

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Wd 52825 same thing-if you call mitsubishi enough they will fix it but you need a repair order from an authorized dealer and proof of purchase. happened to me.

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That set is plaqued with bad capacitors on the PWB, FMT and DM doards. Usually all problems assosciated with that model can be attributed to those capacitors. You can purchase a service manual that they will email you at the following link, and they will provide free tech support to help you straighten it out. Heres the link.
http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/

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