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The Timer indicator on the front of the TV is continuously blinking green. I have made several attempts to fix this by pressing the System Reset button and held it for up to 30 seconds at a time. Each time I release the System Reset button, a few seconds later the Timer indicator starts flashing again. I have also totally disconnected the TV from power for up to 15 minutes but as soon as I connect it back to power the Timer light starts flashing again. I cannot locate my owners manual for this TV. Please send me a PDF file of it. Send it to rwilder@atel.com.

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  • rwilder Mar 14, 2011

    WD-62725 Mitsubishi

  • rwilder Mar 14, 2011

    It was purchased in August 2005. I have never replaced the lamp.

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Hi,
Let me know model number of your Mitsubishi tv to provide you helpful info about problem and manual pdf file.
Thanks.

Posted on Mar 14, 2011

  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics Mar 14, 2011

    Click Mitsubishi Support link to download user manual copy, its large file so it may take few minutes to download.
    How old is this tv and when did last time you replaced its lamp?
    Thanks.

  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics Mar 14, 2011

    OK, Please check lamp of tv and also check timer light blink info on page-11 of user manual.
    Lamp replacement procedure is mentioned on page-96 with exploded views. If lamp got broken, replace it to solve tv problem.
    Thanks.

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1 System Reset Press <System Reset>
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Figure 4-3
Figure 4-4
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