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3 blinking lights, no video and audio

Sir,
I have read one of your repsonse to the above problem, where do you send the board for repair ?

thanks
Gino

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Contact this link, leave a email stating your model number and let them know you need a quote for repairing the set with a 3 blink error code, They respond quickly. Here's the link
http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/

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How to find out if your MITSUBISHI REAR PROJECTION CRT HDTV has convergence...


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