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Wd52725 cap replacement

Followed your instructions on ordering the kit (with 8 caps) and the cd.
i have reached the point of removing the chassis, but have a problem..
the power cord that goes from the chassis to the set , i don't know how to remove it.
also, the cd gives instruction of disconnecting two connectors located under the cover on the right side of the set (CN1 and CN2 connectors)
i don't see these two items on my set.
and where is the power board? do i have to remove the covers with the holes in them?

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  • steve n Jul 15, 2008

    i have made's 1 and 1A are bad caps...

    how do i remove the wiring (no's 2) properly? i skinned the wire on one trying to remove

    (i'll tape it)

    again , thanks for your execellent advice


  • steve n Jul 19, 2008

    just a note...thanks to people like you who are willing to help us, the uninformed...this repair, parts and labor, (my labor) was a total of 60.00....

    thanks again



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The power pwb is on the opposite end of the chassis opposite the Input locations. I believe on tha model the plu assembly gets removed from the case and stays with the chassis block. I believe CN1 and CN2 are the ballast connections you need to remove a metal shield on the ballast Circuit to see the connections.

Posted on Jul 14, 2008

  • Sonny Berry
    Sonny Berry Jul 15, 2008

    Those wire clips just unplug from the very top edge. If you look closely at the very top edge of those connectors you will see where they seperate and unplug. Replace all the caps that come with the repair kit even if they dont show any visible signs.

  • Sonny Berry
    Sonny Berry Jul 20, 2008

    Youre welcome, thats why I recomend that site to people cause they help you repair your set and it doesnt cost you an arm and leg to do it. Glad your mitsubishi is up and running again



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