In searching for solution to my Mitsubishi vs-60607 code 24 error problem, I come across your posts here which i find very helpful. By following your advices, I replaced ic451. However, the problem is still the same. The voltages indicated in the power supply circuitry block diagrams are kind a off. 5.2 V at D970, 25.4 V at R974, 12 V at D974, 9.9 V at D972, no voltage at pin 1 of IC952, no voltage at pin 3 of IC935. Base on your expertise, do you think the transformer T951 is at fault? Or I 'm looking at a wrong componet. Please help. Thanks.
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www.stereoandvideorepairco.com/.../MitsubishiShutdownTroubleshootin... For example, the sequence: blink-blink, pause, blink-blink-blink, indicates an error codeof 23. This sequence repeats 5 times, so you can figure out if you are ...
forum.eserviceinfo.com/viewtopic.php?t=81051 Oct 24, 2010 - 10 posts - 4 authors
Tv is old about 10 years. Shows error code 2-3 horizontal deflection failure. A few years back had a leaking crt, replaced the caps recomended ...
First you need to do a self test diagnosis and then if it comes up with:
SELF-DIAGNOSIS ERROR 23 OR 24. CHECK SOLDER CONNECTIONS AT CONNECTOR "DY" ON THE YOKES. 2. SHUTDOWN AT POWER WITH SELF-DIAGNOSIS ERROR 23 OR 24. CHECK C411 2200 UFD 35 V AND C412 10 UFD 50 V, BOTH LOCATED ON THE MAIN PCB
Do self test by pressing Input/Device and Menu at the same time for 5 sec. the set will show a 2 digit seq. first blinks followed by a short pause then the second.
I`m not so sure about Mitsi`s, But usually the Chassis comes out as one complete unit so that it can be removed for service and taken away back to the workshop. The philips ones, The whole top section (Screen & Mirror) used to come away as one piece and then the whole bottom section could be taken away for service. Have a play but DON`T TOUCH THE MIRROR, it is silvered on it`s face, is EXTREMELY EXPESIVE to replace and is VERY EASY TO DAMAGE with finger prints and cloths etc.