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Youre lamp has failed. you need to replace the lamp. Refer to the manual to see how to replace it. It only requires 2 or 3 screws on the back to be removed. Please check the manual.
You need a 915B441001 lamp. 915B441001 PVIP Mitsubishi DLP TV Bulbs
You need a new lamp. The red light means the lamp failed to turn on.
You can find cheap ones on ebay for about $40. If you go to best buy they will charge an arm and a leg. You can change the lamp yourself and it will take less than 15 mins to do. The only tools youll need are a phillips screw driver and maybe a flat head.
A common issue and it may be your problem is dust and dirt inside the unit---the set intakes air from the front and exhausts it out the rear==I have seen several of these sets where removing rear cover and taking stthe set outside and blowing it with a air compressor clears the issue.
Fans and other critical items that get clogged or coated with a moderate amount of dust will cause this issue.
you have a digitdl light processing (dlp) television, which uses a high-pressure mercury-vapor lamp. depending on the hours of usage,the lamp will last about 1-2 years. the red lamp most likely indicates the end of lamp life. the lamp will need to be replaced. the owners manual will have instructions on how to replace the lamp. you can order a lamp on line. i perfer a brand name lamp. follow the instruction carefullt. i found that the television needs to be unpluged for an extended amuont of time to completely reset the timers, at least an hour. i have an older model wd62525.
Is this a CRT (picture tube) or LCD, DLP projetion set. DLP and LCD are lamp driven CRT have three picture tubes (red green and blue). You can tell by looking at the back pof the set if you see the glow of white light than it's a LCD or DLP. Lamps can be purchased at "bluestar international" ($100-$400) (google it) and CRT's are not worth replacing (over $300 each_)
Have you tried replacing the lamp?
That may solve your problem and if it doesn't pay a close attention to what the tv is doing, it might be something else fomr the light engine system, for free troubleshooting go to discountdashmerchantdotcom, you'll be fine there :)
Mitsubishi has problems with the thermal sensor going bad. They extended the warranty for several sets. The sensor is right by the lamp. Call mitsubishi and insist they do something for you. If you keep playing your set, the bulb could also be at risk. I would think your set is covered being a 62" set. Good-luck and be sure to act ASAP.