Question about RCA D52W20 52" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready Television
I have a Mitsubishi VS5051 projection tv. While watching tv it just went black with no picture or sound. I thought the house fuse blew but it did not. I clicks when you turn it on, and I can hear static from the speakers when I move it. I was able to find and check four fuses and they are fine. There are supposed to be a few more, but of a different type and I could not locate them, I'm thinking they do not look like the others. I am hoping for an easy fix or an estimate of what the repairs might be.
Hi Chelon alot of Mitsubishi tv's around the time the model number you are stating where built have a small PCB on the yoke of the picture tubes, connections on these boards (one of them) break down so the set loses one of the scaning circuits (vertical or horiz) the circuitry senses this failure and shuts off the picture (some models the whole set) this is to protect the picture tubes, try wigglin the heavy cable going to each of the 3 tubes (unpluged from wall socket) then plug it in and turn it on. Once the set is up, carfully wiggle each of the cables goin to the yokes until the screen flickers or flashes now you know which one is bad repair it is a bit of task but lets see it you get this far first.
Posted on Sep 20, 2008
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