Question about Mitsubishi WS-55859 55" Rear Projection Television

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The inputs for all electronics stop working

We have the WS-55859 model and had our DVD, Receiver, Wii, satellite and Karoke machine hooked to the TV without problem until about 4 weeks ago when we only got sound for the DVD, followed by the satellite, karoke and Wii. There was not movement of the TV but we had a power outage from a storm for about 20 minutes. We had a repairman come look it over and state that the inputs were bad and he is unable to get the parts to replace. Is there an alternative? The HD antenna works fine so we have HDTV, but that's it.

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  • frostyj766 Aug 27, 2008

    We purchase the TV New from the Big Screen Store in Oct 2003.

  • frostyj766 Aug 30, 2008

    Thank you. Your advice is helpful. If the company do not make parts available for repair then maybe to extended warranty makes sense. However our extended warranty ran out last year. Thanks again.

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Http://www.mitsuparts.com/searchpage.cfm?ACTIONTYPE=Results&RequestTimeout=500

Click on this link to order the required parts. In such scenario there is no option but to replace the parts. You would be lucky if you get these parts....coz they are very difficult to find!!!

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It may be caused due to the rays falls on it...ya its purely based on lack of input ....tis can be overcome by change the satellite panel

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    mohammed marika thambi Aug 27, 2008

    after replacing ur panel...use stabliser or surge diverter and continue

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This problem could be a DM board problem.........you need to replace it ....

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Go for the new device .as the parts are not available still in the market.and the company is not providing the spare parts till now.as this is not more then just a scrap.sorry to say you investing some more money for this unit is not advisable.

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How old is your tv?

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    Ronald Mueller Aug 27, 2008

    unfortunately with home entertaiment equipment, the become obslete very quickly. and generally it is more expensive to repair than to purchase new. i know this is not you want to hear but that is the best case scenario, however radio shack or other type stores do sell interface componants that allow you to hook up dvd,stereo,satelite equiptment to older tv's i'm not sure it will work with your tv but the cost is minimal if you get the right kind of interface. parts for tv's are never abundant due to rapid technology up grades so it might take some time to find the parts if there are any. hope this atleast gives you a better idea of options

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