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Error 22 My model is a WS55909, but I believe the electronics are basically the same. Self diagnostic says error 22: Short circuit protect. All the fuses appear to be fine. Another FixYa guru told me to check for a leaky capacitor C9A60 and I'm not sure if he meant a current leakdown test or to visually look for defects. It is not an electrolytic capacitor, so I don't think it would "leak" anyway. Here's the link to that discussion: http://www.fixya.com/support/t834506-mitsubishi_v_19_short_protect Service manual is vague on this, but I think the tvuPC monitors 24v supply on pin 46 and activates the short-protect if 24v isn't in range. Do you know if this is the only thing that causes this error? That would really help me out as this would narrow my troubleshooting down to the low voltage power supply. Thanks.

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The cap you referred to is a ceramic cap and is not likely to show any defects. These can short however and cause problems. If you can get one, just replace it. I agree with the initial post. The typical cause of the 24V line fuses to open is bad convergence ICs. Have you replaced them yet? I'd start there.

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