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Mitsubishi WS-65513 65

Hi, my mitsubishi would shut off every now and again and the light would flash for a minute before you could turn it back on. One day it just didn't come back on. Now if I plug it in the light just flashes non stop and the reset button does nothing. I was wondering if you could send me a repair manual and schematic if available. Also suggestions would be helpful Thanks joldfield@knology.net

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You need the DM repair kit if your power light is blinking and doesnt stop. Go to this link and look under the catagory section on the left side and click on repair kits. You need the V23 DM kit . It has the replacement parts , plus the detailed instructions with pictures and the full service manual and schematics manual on CD and it cost less than you can find just the service manual anywhere else. Heres the link.
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