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Mitsubishi WD52527 Timer LED FLashing Rapidly

The timer LED will flash rapidly for a short while then shuts off. After about 30 seconds, it will repeat. I tried to reset the unit and also unplugged it, but no luck. Heard that it might be caps on the poer supply. Any help?

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  • scottb22 Jul 30, 2008

    my led blinks green about 130 times than goes off for about 1 minute. I also hear a noise of something trying to come on but does not.

    thanks

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Posted on Jul 29, 2008

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This could be bad caps on the "DM" board. To confirm this though, can you count the blinks please and post here?
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Dan

Posted on Jun 06, 2008

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