Question about Mitsubishi WS-65611 65" Rear Projection Television

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Problem, Green light flashing TV will not turn on I have followed the instructions above and unpluged the keyboard, TV still doesn't turn on. So I can only asume that the reciever is out please instruct what needs to be done

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  • wangler454 Oct 20, 2010

    Yes it is a TV, Mitsubishi WS65611, Keyboard is how it was refered to when I first researched the problem on this site. The solution was to take off the front panel and unplug the two plugs on the front switch panel that has all of the push bottons for example the on/off switch etc., than see if the TV would turn on using the remote. My TV still would not turn on. Then the solution mention that it could be the receiver.

  • wangler454 Oct 20, 2010

    Comment:
    I have plug in the set than held the Devise and Menu buttonsfor 5 seconds and the green light kept a steady flash. So I then unplug the set and held the two buttons down then plug in the set with the same results.

  • wangler454 Oct 20, 2010

    I had to change the convergent chip on this TV and was successful. If that can be used as a guage.

  • wangler454 Oct 21, 2010

    how do you mean ready if we continue to email I'm ready if we need to converse over phone then I'll have to make a time that works for both of us.

  • wangler454 Oct 25, 2010

    when should I expect to here something for you again?

  • wangler454 Oct 26, 2010

    messenger ? I guess I don't know exactly what that is.
    is what you talking about MS messenger that stupid think that pops up everytime you start your computer?

  • wangler454 Oct 27, 2010

    ok, I'll take off of work tomorrow in hopes we can work on this problem. I have never used Yahoo chat before eather but it can't be hard, so if all works for you to start on this tomorrow then all I need is some guide lines how best to get a chat line going between you and me.

  • wangler454 Oct 27, 2010

    I don't deal with GMT so I did my best to calculate what I believe is 8:00 am US central time is the same as 1:00pm GTM.

  • wangler454 Oct 28, 2010

    ok I think Im on yahoo messanger did I get the time wrong?

  • wangler454 Nov 09, 2010

    ok update on the fix
    after instaling the new chip I still have the same problem. Nothing changed.
    Mark

  • wangler454 Nov 09, 2010

    I'm not sure if my message went through.
    update on the fix
    I changed the chip however the problem is the same.
    no stop green flashing light.

  • wangler454 Nov 09, 2010

    ok I love your perseverance.
    so when I get home you need me to check voltage on the DM power board again.

  • wangler454 Nov 09, 2010

    perseverance the word of the day
    so check voltage on the DM power board when I get home tonight

  • wangler454 Nov 23, 2010

    Hello Me again, last night I took some time to check some things out on the DM Power Supply. I need you to educate me on the Schematic. Question, The IC chip, when I look at the Schematic it shows 5, 12, 8, 9, 14, are those the only legs being used on that chip of 14 legs?
    When I touch the 5 leg the result is 0 volts , touching the 14 leg I get 12 volts. What result I should be looking for on 12, 8, 9?

  • wangler454 Nov 23, 2010

    IC9 B00

  • wangler454 Nov 24, 2010

    page 76 DM POWER SUPPLY

  • wangler454 Nov 24, 2010

    that's weird your gave me this copy

  • wangler454 Nov 24, 2010

    http://www.mediafire.com/?n85e8hl2go1xs6...

  • wangler454 Nov 24, 2010

    http://www.mediafire.com/?n85e8hl2go1xs6...
    it's hard for me to tell if this message got back to you so Im sending this again

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Sorry this is a tv right? What exactly do you mean by "keyboard"? Please clarify this so that I can help you solve your problem.

Sai.

Posted on Oct 19, 2010

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  • eagle338
    eagle338 Oct 19, 2010

    Well? Please provide the details of the problem(see my previous post)

  • eagle338
    eagle338 Oct 20, 2010

    Whoever said that probably didn't know what they were talking about . They were trying to have you perform an error code operational check. Here's the correct procedure. Unplug the tv and plug it back in. Press and hold the DEVICE/INPUT and MENU buttons for 5 seconds. You will see a series of blinks of the LED followed by a half second pause and another series of blinks. Note down how many times it blinks before and after the pause and post it here so that I can pinpoint you to the source of the problem.

  • eagle338
    eagle338 Oct 20, 2010

    Looks like we are gonna have to do this the hard way. How goo are your electronics/soldering skills? I don't wanna tell you to replace that board and this board with out locating the source of the problem first . So we will proceed according to your skill level.

  • eagle338
    eagle338 Oct 20, 2010

    Ok thats god then. Let me find my service manual and let me know when you are ready.

  • eagle338
    eagle338 Oct 21, 2010

    Messenger would be good I think?

  • eagle338
    eagle338 Oct 25, 2010

    Well I have asked you if we can converse through messenger(See my last post). This is way too complicated to be solved here.

  • eagle338
    eagle338 Oct 26, 2010

    No. Not that one. I was talking about yahoo messenger. The reason is there are too many things to be checked and would possibly involve 100's of responses. So instead of that if we can chat, we can finish it off in an hour or two(on a weekend may be?). If you do not want to do that we can just continue here. No problem. I just wanted to make the job easier for both of us.

  • eagle338
    eagle338 Oct 27, 2010

    Perfect!
    Just get the messenger from here
    http://messenger.yahoo.com/download/win/
    Once thats done. Send me a mail to goodwise19@gmail.com and I will let you know my yahoo ID that you should add(which I do not want to expose here). We can finish it in max 3-4 hours. Also let me know the time(GMT) at which you wanna begin. I will suggest some adjustments if I am not comfortable with it.

  • eagle338
    eagle338 Oct 27, 2010

    8AM US time will be 3PM GMT(GMT-7.00 is central time). Thats perfect for me too. Will talk to you tomorrow. Make sure to send me a mail so that I can tell you how to add me to your contacts on messenger.

  • eagle338
    eagle338 Oct 28, 2010

    Yeah. You did it right. Wil talk to you in half an hour.

  • eagle338
    eagle338 Nov 09, 2010

    Ok. In that case its possible that we have to continue our QUEST to find the other malfunctioning components. I am ready to stick with you till its fixed.

  • eagle338
    eagle338 Nov 09, 2010

    Exactly. Lets see if all the voltages are OK. If not we will keep looking. On the contrary, if all the voltages are OK, we should look to see if the problem can be caused by some other component.

  • eagle338
    eagle338 Nov 23, 2010

    Please let me know which IC you are referring to so that I can have a look.

  • eagle338
    eagle338 Nov 23, 2010

    Ok. I will have a look and get back to you.

  • eagle338
    eagle338 Nov 24, 2010

    I see that all the pins on the IC are used. Which schematic are you looking at? I mean which page.

  • eagle338
    eagle338 Nov 24, 2010

    Looks like we are looking at 2 different versions of the service manual. Can you please upload your version to mediafire.com and get me the link?

  • eagle338
    eagle338 Nov 24, 2010

    Did i? Dang! Then I mut be having multiple copies of it. Anyways will have a look and let you know.

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