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Mitsubishi Model # WD-62725 First, I replaced lamp. Second, replaced 3 bulge caps on power supply board 1000-16v. Now status LED blinks (orange) continuously. What does that mean?

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  • jvn4 Oct 09, 2010

    After checking the filter cover and placing it properly, now the timer LED blinks continuously.

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Hi,
Status LED blinks (orange) continuously is an error code that shows that Filter Cover is not attached on tv front.
Make sure it is fixed properly to avoid that error.
Thanks.

Posted on Oct 08, 2010

  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics Oct 09, 2010

    If Timer/Power LED is blinking green slowly that shows On Timer is set.
    If Timer/Power LED is blinking normally that means Booting after AC applied, wait few minutes until it stop blinking then tv might show another LED On/ Blink
    Please recheck your power supply work.

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