Question about Mitsubishi VS-60607 TV
I want you to know I have been where you are on this same TV and what I found is there are three ICs all in close proximity on the SIGNAL BOARD that I recommend strong you try REPLACING all caps on the ICs as follows:
IC2P02--12 volts input and 9 volts output
change C1P01 on input 47 mfd/35 volts
change C2P03 on output 100mfd/16 volts
IC2P01--11.9 volts on input and 9 volts output
change C2P04 on input 47 mfd/50 volts
change C2P05 on output 100 mfd/16 volts
IC2P03--4 volts on input pin 5 and 3.2 volts on output 1 and 3.7 volts input on pin 2 and output pin 4 is 3.2 volts.
change C2P07 47 mfd/35 volts
change C2P09 100 mfd/16 volts
I know this is a bit technical but it is what is wrong with your set. Caps have polarity (positive and negative connections) They all must be unsoldered and new ones soldered back
The Signal Board usually has the tuner on it where the coax connects. The board needs to be removed by unplugging it to change the caps.
Posted on May 21, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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