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Mitsubishi vs5043 convergence

Your chassis is a VZ3 that chassis should use two STK 391-020 ICs Its an easy repair Mitsubishi usually will not blow resistors when the ICs go out. You can get the replacement ICs at the following link and they provide free step by step instructions with pictures so if you have even basic soldering skills this isa job you can do in about 30 minutes . Heres the link.
http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
5/18/2008 12:04:59 AM • Mitsubishi... • Answered on May 18, 2008
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I have sound but no picture

Sounds like a problem with the vertical output IC causing the tubes to be blanking as a protective measure, that could have been responsible for the fuse being blown as well if the The other possibilities are shorted capacitor or diode in the vertical deflection circuit.
5/17/2008 11:58:19 PM • Mitsubishi... • Answered on May 17, 2008
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Mitsubishi model vs-5043

I just had this same exact problem. I looked for an answer on here and could not find one. So I took the back off, vacuumed and cleaned everything out with the hose on my house vacuum, cleaned the bulbs and wiggled them around some. Voila !!!! lights on and all is working fine and better then ever. I hope this helps someone fix their problem. Just saved me tons of money and a morning of hassle.
5/6/2008 4:21:36 PM • Mitsubishi... • Answered on May 06, 2008
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Mitsubishi VS-5051 50"

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5/4/2008 12:58:45 AM • Mitsubishi... • Answered on May 04, 2008
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Chemicals in rear projection TVs

Thats CRT coolant. as long as you washed it off its not a problem however it contains glycol so its posionous to animals. Its simmallar to automotive anti-freeze
4/21/2008 11:12:57 PM • Mitsubishi... • Answered on Apr 21, 2008
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Mitsubishi 61 in Rear Projection

No they are very easy with basic solder skills. you can get replacements aat this link, and they send free installation instructions and provide free tech support to help you do the repair. you need to replace both of them. Heres the link
http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
4/21/2008 10:08:57 PM • Mitsubishi... • Answered on Apr 21, 2008
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Sound , but no picture

It sounds like the problem is in the circuit board. The TV should go in for professional repair - electric shock is no fun. Good luck.
4/8/2008 3:44:21 PM • Mitsubishi... • Answered on Apr 08, 2008
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Mitsubishi tv

I found this online somewhere and it cleared my problem.

(my problem was a blue screen that said my input was locked enter in your code using the 10 key pad. Both inputs were locked, I used the steps below and it cleared it. We are now watching a dvd for the first time in months!) Thank you Bob Waterman whoever you are!)


MITSUBISHI CS3114R

Parental Lock



This system can lock each channel or different channels on ANT A and ANT B
as well as locking each of the EXT inputs, so you should confirm what is
locked before trying to unlock.

1 On the remote, set the TV/VCR switch to the TV position
Or . Depending on which remote is being used
Press the TV mode button at the top.

2. Turn on the TV and using the SCAN buttons (or 10 KEY FAD) and the INPUT
buttons check each channel and input to establish which channels and inputs
are locked. The screen will tell you if the channel or input is locked.

3. Press the button labeled MENU. The screen will show the main TV menu.

4. Press the #5 button (channel lock option).
The screen will change to show the channel lock System Menu. This screen
will indicate that the lock system is either ON or OFF.

IF THE SCREEN INDICATES LOCK IS ON, GO TO STEP 5
OR:
IF THE SCREEN INDICATES THE LOCK IS OFF, GO TO STEP 5A

5. Press the #3 button. (SELECT CHANNELS TO LOCK option). The screen will
ask for the code number. Press the #9 and QV buttons at the same time.

Notes: The screen will change to show an information display that will show
the selected antenna and channel or input. The display is superimposed over
the picture. This display will indicate that the channel or input is either
locked or unlocked. In the lower middle will be instructions to use the
10-key pad or SCAN buttons to select the desired channels (or the INPUT
button to change antennas or select the EXT inputs). At the bottom of the
screen will be instructions on how to change the current LOCK status (if
unlocked use the ENTER button to lock, or if locked use the CANCEL button to
unlock).

NOW GO TO STEP #6.

5a. Press the #1 button (channel lock ON option). The screen will ask for a
code number. Use the 10-KEY PAD to enter a new code number (We suggest 1111)
and then press the ENTER button.

Notes: The screen will change to show an information display that will show
the selected antenna and channel or input. The display is superimposed over
the picture. This display will indicate that the channel or input is either
locked or unlocked. In the lower middle will be instructions to use the
10-key pad or SCAN buttons to select the desired channels (or the INPUT
button to change antennas or select the EXT inputs). At the bottom of the
screen will be instructions on how to change the current LOCK status (if
unlocked use the ENTER button to lock, or if locked use the CANCEL button to
unlock).

NOW GO TO STEP #6.

6. Use the 10 KEY PAD or SCAN buttons to select the channels that are
locked, or, use the INPUT button to select the external inputs that are
locked.

7. At each locked channel or input press the CANCEL button.
The screen will indicate that the channel or input is either locked or
unlocked.

8. When all of the channels and/or inputs are unlocked, press the MENU
button again. TV main menu will be displayed.

9. Press the #5 button (CHANNEL LOCK option).

10. Press the #2 button (channel lock OFF option). The screen will now ask
for a code number again.

11. Press the #9 and QV buttons at the same time. The screen will return
to the CHANNEL LOCK MENU and indicate that the lock is OFF

12. Press the MENU button twice to return to normal viewing.

The parental lock is now entirely cancelled.

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Bob Waterman, CET® #RI-28
Master Technician License #9109
Service Manager / Parts Manager
Gemini Computer, TV, & Security Alarms
(508)695-7302
(508)695-7769 FAX
[email protected]
[email protected]
www.geminicomputertvsecurityalarms.com
4/7/2008 3:04:27 AM • Mitsubishi... • Answered on Apr 07, 2008
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HELP ME PLEASE.............

On your television, it has an initialization code. To get to this menu, press menu 2470. The menu will say "Initialize." Highlight this and press Enter. This will reset the TV back to factory settings. WARNING: This will also delete any user settings, e.g. color, channel settings, input labels, or other. After you press "Initialize" the TV will shut off and restart automatically. You should be unlocked at this point. Hope this helped.
4/6/2008 11:45:42 PM • Mitsubishi... • Answered on Apr 06, 2008
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Mitsubishi cs 35203

That sounds like vertical failure. Does the blue line run across the screen from side to side? Try resoldering the vertical output IC and see if that straightens it out. This is sometimes been a problem with that chassis. Let me know how you make out or if you need additional help.
4/6/2008 6:30:24 PM • Mitsubishi... • Answered on Apr 06, 2008
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No picture, no pwr at color guns, no sound, pwr..

They have good sources. they will contact you soon they usually are pretty fast.
4/5/2008 10:05:44 PM • Mitsubishi... • Answered on Apr 05, 2008
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Mitsubishi ws65909

Yes,but first it is necessary to repair the problem = replace
both STK392-570 IC's.............Then use remote to adjust
convergence............."inside the tv" is called servicer menu = adjust after repair is complete.You can expect to replace IC's
every five years or so.......................T.

PS Try to match your problem thread model # to actual model #
ie. VS-5043 does not match WS-65909........T.
4/4/2008 7:31:24 PM • Mitsubishi... • Answered on Apr 04, 2008
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Mitsubishi VS-5041

if you know someone with a dish network remote they have a cancel button.... i had the same problem and fixed it this way
4/4/2008 3:12:14 AM • Mitsubishi... • Answered on Apr 04, 2008
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Colers not lined up

The problem with your TV is the convergence IC's are failing. This is an economical but complicated repair. Unless you are a skilled technician, I would not recommend you trying this repair on your own. For your information, the part number for the IC's is STK392-570. Hope this helps.
4/3/2008 1:09:56 AM • Mitsubishi... • Answered on Apr 03, 2008
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Picture rolling

depending on what model number you have, often loss of vertcal sync is caused by a defective PIP board.
3/25/2008 2:50:38 PM • Mitsubishi... • Answered on Mar 25, 2008
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Tv repair

try resoldering the vertical output IC and the horizontal output transistor. It sounds solder related
3/25/2008 2:49:16 PM • Mitsubishi... • Answered on Mar 25, 2008
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No pic but have sound

CHECK C268 (22 UFD 50 V) OFF C OF Q215 V-PROTECTOR ON THE SIGNAL PCB
3/22/2008 3:59:54 PM • Mitsubishi... • Answered on Mar 22, 2008
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Mitsubishi 65 in. projection T.V.

DM or FMT board bad
3/22/2008 2:17:06 PM • Mitsubishi... • Answered on Mar 22, 2008
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WD52327

What do you mean too high and too low?
3/22/2008 2:16:29 PM • Mitsubishi... • Answered on Mar 22, 2008
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Words at the bottom of the screen

See if you have a button called ARC on your tv remote.. you will have different modes called Wide, Zoom, normal etc., Just put it in normal mode!
3/22/2008 12:47:30 PM • Mitsubishi... • Answered on Mar 22, 2008
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