The bulb burned out on my almost 3 year old Mitsubishi WD 62327. Installed a replacement bulb and when the power button is pushed a steady green Lamp Indicator LED comes on, turns to a blinking green, and then turns to a steady red. Got the error code 34, which the service manual lists as "Lamp Abnormality", when I simultaneously pushed the Menu and Input buttons. Re-installed the bulb and made sure that its male plug is inserted into the female plug mounted on the bulb enclosure housing. I ordered and installed a capacitor kit available on the internet for the Main Power PWB. The TV is still not working and is acting the same as it did before the capacitor replacements. Any helpful suggestions would be appreciated.
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Hello, There is a software update that is available for some Mitsubishi dlp models. The wd-65c9 is one of them. When I experienced your problem, I went to the website, downloaded the update, and installed it on my tv and boom, its fixed. It's super easy, free, and takes a few minutes.
if you hold the input and menu button for 5 seconds it will flash you a code 36 is the lamp fan / dmd fan has gone bad. pretty common. not hard to change but will cost 100 in parts and whatever labor may be
Yes this is the signal for a bad lamp. Other things can cause this. 1. Look at the new lamp. make sure it still looks good. not broken with little glass pieaces in it. 2. When you turn on the tv, put your ear to the lower back part of the tv near the middle. Listen for the start up of the color wheel (a low high pitch sound only at the start up of the motor). If this is good you will here a ticking sound only if the lamp dose not light.
Now with all this info. If the lamp lights (as seen from the back of the set) and goes out after a few seconds and you did not here the color wheel spin up, the color wheel is bad.
If you here the color wheel spin up and no ticking sound, the Ballast is bad.
The ballast part no. 939P978010
The color wheel is not avialable from Mits. You will have to replaced the light engine. It cost to much. Just buy a new tv.
I recently repaired a Mitsubishi DLP for a similar symptom. Found C9a37 and C9a38 in the power supply to be defective. They feed the light engine driver. The power supply module is located all the way up front on the left side of the chassis looking from the rear. The module is also shielded so you will have to remove the shields to locate the capacitors. The value of the caps are 3300mf/25v. Good luck