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When I turn the tv on there is no picture. I can see the green light at the bottom next to the power button is on but there is no picture. You can hear the channel that is on but there is no picture. Its a Mitsubishi big screen tv made in feburary 1996 model number TS-4557 serial number 005635

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Hello,

Problem is in either power supply or the Y-Sustain board.

The Y-Sustain is a relatively large board out of which go connections to the side of the display; it's therefore closer to either the left or the right side of the display, has at least one rather large heat sink on it and fat power cables connecting it to the main power supply.

Often there are fuses on that board - one or more. Check those.

if they are blown you can try to replace them, but expect them to blow again - usually the whole board needs to be replaced.



Hope this will help to fix the problem.....

Posted on May 25, 2011

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