Question about Mitsubishi WD-60735 Projection Television
If you have a timer light blinking and won't stop the problem is not actually with the timer. It means that the two micros in the TV can't agree that all is okay to start TV. About the only thing you can try is pressing the reset button on the TV's front panel. Just a momentary press, you don't need to hold it down. The button is recessed so you will need a pen or paper clip to press. What should happen if TV is working properly is light should blink for about one minute and then stop, then you can turn on the TV. If light continues to blink set will not come on and you would need to get it serviced, there are many parts inside that can give the same symptom.
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
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