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Mitsu WD-62725 65"

HELLO, I'M HAVING PROBLEM WITH MY HD-TV. WHEN I TURN ON THE SET IT'S FLASHING GLASS FOR A MINUTE, AFTER THAT IT TURNS OFF. I TURN IT BACK ON AND THE PICTURE WILL COME UP FOR ABOUT A MINUTE AND THAN TURN TO FLASHING RED. IN THE MANUAL IT SAYS IT MEANS GET SERVICE. I'VE CLEANED THE FILTER AND DUSTED THE TV VERY GOOD. WHAT WRONG ???

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Change the 1000uf capacitors( electrolytic)

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