Question about Mitsubishi Televison & Video
I'm assuming that you have performed the standard reset procedure: removed all cables from the tv, power it off for 1 minute; restart, power it of and restart with the Activity button pressed with the same result.
This behaviour is caused by the control processor which is unable to load the firmware. This in turn can be caused by only 2 things:
1. the firmware was corrupted by a power failure. It happens. The only way to solve this is to reload the firmware. Unfortunately the only one that can do that is a dealer .
2. the control processor itself is defective so the entire mainboard will have to be replaced.
This is a very recent tv, it might still be in the warranty period. In that case don't open it, call them, they should fix it for free.
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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