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Another problem with my 52725

You'll recall helping me with the solution to my mitsubishi wd52725 and the power board..i replaced the eight caps and the set powered up and ran with no problems until yesterday...i was watching the news and suddenly the screen went dark and the yellow led started flashing. after about forty five seconds it changed to the green led which flashed very fast.
i tried the reset, no help. i tried to get a code, could not..so i unpluged the set for five minutes and it came back on...i watched the rest of the news and turned the set off (everything normal).this am the green led was flashing again. unpluged set and it came back..watched for about thirty minutes and it shut down again..yellow led flashing followed by the green led. after the green led flashed for about thirty seconds the yellow led flashed 10 or 11 times , then back to the green. this repeated once more and i have unpluged the set. any help you can offer again?
thank you...steve

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It may very well be a connection issue with one of the wire connections as its not giving you a error code. I would double check the wire plug connections

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