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Does green light blinking on tv front when tv turns Off for some reason?
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What I am trying to hook up is a Wii console using component cable but get black and white image on a Mitsubishi WS-65313 65 inch Television?


Follow the color code green for green, red for red, blue for blue, ignore the yellow wire, also be aware that there is an audio cable that is red also that wire goes into the Right channel audio and the white wire goes to the Left channel audio

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Weight of T.V.


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Is there any way to split the tv in two pieces for


I do not see any way to divide main wooden box of TV as you can remove front screen and back cover of TV but main cabinet of TV still remain the same.
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Mitsubishi WS-65313 65 in. TV will no longer power up.


You should call a good TV Tech. This problem cannot be solved by a consumer. The one thing you might try is to unplug it from the wall for a few minutes and then try it again.

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Format Change


there may be a setting in the menu that you have to turn off to stop this

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My Mitsubishi WS-65313 65 inch, Convergence Problem???


This is a common problem on projection tvs. There are two convergence chips that need to be changed. STK394-250 or original Mitsubishi # 267P173010 (recommended)

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Mitsubishi WS-65313 - Will not turn on


The most common failure are the two convergence integrated circuits part # 267P173010. The two pico fuses may be open as well, which come from the power supply and provide +24 volts and -24 volts.

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Describe your Mitsubishi WS-65313 65 in.... Problem:


look for the CONVERGENCE settings either behind a small panel on the front or through the menu with the remote control

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