Question about Mitsubishi Televison & Video
The diagnostic depend entirely on the way the image looks:
- if the waves are stationary - the image distorts in the same way in the same space - then the defect is in the optical engine: the plastic lenses from inside it have been deformed by the heat of the bulb .This series of tv's are well known for airflow problems and overheatings so almost surely this is the case in yours. This is unfixable, the entire engine will have to be replaced at an extremely high cost - over $1200. It will be cheaper in the end just to buy a new tv.
- if the entire image is unstable at the top of the screen then the image processor is no longer capable of correctly render the image. To fix that you will have to replace the mainboard at a cost of about $150. Unfortunately all the sites i know are out of stock so finding one will be difficult.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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