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Power problem that I had last night - nothing works, any more suggestions

Mitsubishi ws-65613 television shuts off and green light stays on - have to power off and power on for it to come on - sometimes it only stays on for a minute, sometimes longer, thought it might be a connection problem but everything is connected tight. anymore suggestions?

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  • 2nanc Jun 22, 2008

    soldered connections didn't work. TV is not actually shutting down, we just loose picture and sound because I can bring up the menu on screen from the Mitsubishi remote control (not the direct tv remote control). Can change to play DVD but still no picture until we turn the tv off then on again. When playing a DVD from video 1, same thing as when we are watching tv thru Comp2 with Direct TV, at randon we hear a pop and screen goes blue and no sound (except screen goes dark when watching from Comp2) Have to power off the tv then power on for picture to go back on. It doesn't matter if tv is playing from Comp1 (direct tv) or Video1 or Ant A - At random still loose picture and sound, Green light in front of tv stays on - Have to power tv off then power on to get picture and sound back on. When turning the tv on for the first time during the day is stays on the longest (30 maybe 45 minutes or so) then when it starts going down the duration it stays on can be for 30 seconds or 5 minutes or 1 minute (when it looses picture it is at random, but it happens every time we turn on the tv).

  • kufu Jul 06, 2008

    i have the exact same model and i have the same exact problem no blinking light or anything. for me its just a black screen but the tv knows when you have a signal going to the inputs. the reason i say that is cause when its gets real bad, a blue screen with purple lines and a high pitched whine, show up. and a error message(of a sorts) saying check power and connections. you mess with it a little, and eventually the tv works(for a short time). ive studied the tv, and the projection or screen part itself, works every time, cause you can access the menu. its like the inputs and outputs short out. you do hear a "pop", like a short would sound. if you could call it a short. And it is totally random. it does seem worse in the evening. i havent taken any steps to fix it or anything, right now im just trying to learn the random symptoms. ive never seen anything like it. i dont even want to take it in to get it fixed, its a monster. are there other options even? i know it may sound stupid but maybe trade on a new one?

  • iceryder Nov 22, 2008

    I have the same problem , has anyone figured out how to fix it? My picture will go out more often the longer the set is on.

  • wing_nut62 Mar 09, 2009

    tv will play fine for about 30 min then theres a pop and the picture goes blank and is replaced with a dark screen with purple rolling lines. when i power it off and on set plays for a bit and then cuts off again. also get the msg, check connections or power. the connections for RGBHV or YPrPb may be invalid.



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Hi again,

What might look as tight might not really be. Have you re-soldered most of the major solder joints/connections?

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