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Mitsubishi vs55601 big screen tv. The proplem is when I turn it on I hear the click and a light flash on the screen but then it click rigt off. How do I fix this problem

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  • buisamson May 04, 2008

    Can you tell me what is the problem with my tv I know it is an internal problem but what is the problem?



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It is an internal problem. In my opinion, i wouldnt handle this specific problem myself, but take it to a tv repair specialist. Fisrt, i would follow the trouble shooting manual, then all customer support.

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