Although, I did not post the original post, I too had the same problem recently with my tv. I called a technician and he stated all three bulbs leaked antifreeze. The antifreeze then dripped on the green mother board and fried it. He stated Mitsubishi no longer makes the mother board and that the bulb were in excess of 300.00 a piece. Basically he stated nothing could be done except throw aways the TV. This concerns me since I paid alot for the tv and thought Mitsubishi was better then the rest.
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Re: Will not power on any more, it's dead.
Check the power cable and wall socket. One of them is likely the problem. If not, it could be that the power board on your TV has failed. In this case, you will have to get a technician to diagnose and repair the fault.
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same problem , goes in to safety mode to prevent any more damage to the set. tech was able to get a picture colours all over the place replaced conversion parts on board went fine for 2 weeks then the same would not turn on , came on by its self colours all over the place smelt burning . back to square one.
Tech arrives again today doesn't look good this a $8500 tv
4 years ago and i'll have to pay the tip fee.
Samsung 165cm rear projection tv.good luck