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Green status light stays blinking on the welcome screen

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You need to go to mitsu's website and download the newest firmware update. It will come with instructions on how to install. This will fix your problem.

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SOURCE: green status light will not stop blinking. did

sounds like bad lamp hope this helps out

Posted on Apr 15, 2010

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When I turn on the tv all i get is the welcome screen, and it will not go any futher,there is green light flashing in front of the tv. and it will not turn off with the remote, i have to unplug it.


Hi Andre,

May I know if the LED light at the front panel has a pattern of flashes or flashing continuously in green color.

Please check if you can access the "Self diagnostic screen" by following the steps below.
- To activate, press the front panel "Activity" and "Channel down" buttons at the same time and hold for 5 secs. The Status led will then flash a two digit code. Example, if the error code is "23" the led light flashes 2 times(blink, blink) pause and then flash 3 times(blink, blink, blink). Let me know the error code to narrow down, it will help to diagnose where the fault came from.
Note : the TV must be in shutdown not switched off, or AC power cord is removed because the code will reset to "12" means no error. Use the front panel buttons not on the remote control. If you can't access the self diagnostic, press and hold the "Activity" button on the front panel for 5 secs before entering the "self diagnostic" code.
Regards,
Jdvillanueva

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