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Have a 65 in mitsubishi rear projection ( i believe its a wd65807. Tv was a only a 1 year old when I had it placed in storage. Just got it out and it will not turn on. I also think the convergence was going on it as well, but my main concern is the tv not powering up.

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  • jferraino Aug 13, 2008

    trying t see if i could fix this myself rather then spending someone to come out at 65 an hour

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Press the menu and input/device buttons on the set both in together and see if the led will blink a two digit error code then let me know what the code was. Also verify the model number of your set for me. Please reply to this same post when responding.

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