Thank you vcdr for your solution. I did what you suggested and the problem presented itself. Could this be simply a poor connection of the cable into the jack or do you still think it is a cold solder? It actually appears to be a cable into the audio jack on Component 2.
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follow this recomendation and fix it. God bless you
Reset component settings.
Usually, the problems you encounter with a Mitsubishi
projection TV may be resolved through the resetting to its factory
settings. If you experience inaccuracies in the color, reset the
television's PerfectTint/PerfectColor capabilities. Simply press the Menu
tab and then highlight "Perfect Color" using your right key arrow. After
this, press "Enter" and then "Reset" in order to reset to factory
settings. If you have audio / video problems (VCR or DVD player), simply
press "Menu" and highlight the "Reset" option.
Reset television controls. In case you cannot fix your TV via its
component settings, there are other ways of resetting. Just select "Menu", key
in "1, 2, 3", and then press "Enter." In doing this, the TV's
manufacturer's specifications will all be restored. If your TV's power system
does not function, you should perform a complete system reset. You can do this
by clicking on Reset System button located at the TV's control panel. Your
television will be turned off and then a green light (LED) will quickly flash
for approximately one minute. Once the light has stopped flashing, your TV
should immediately turn on.
Most mornons seem to think that your TV is a traditional crt projection when in fact it is a DLP projection set and does not have convergence chips or CRTs. Instead, your set has a DMD chip and a projector lamp that passes light through the light engine where a color wheel is and the DMD chip itself. Often times DLP TVs cycle on and off again when the lamp is starting to go out. Mitsubishi is well known for this. However, it can also be a symptom of the color wheel going bad as well or simply updating the software by downloading it from http://support.mitsubishi-tv.com/ Good luck and rate me when you can.
Hi, Please confirm tv model number as question shows its Mitsubishi WS-55511 rear projection tv. This info will help me to suggest a solution. Do you get correct colors in picture though its over size? Thanks.
I can possibly save you from having to call someone in.
2 things that you should check before you have someone called in to look at your projector.
1. Color correct in the system menus, you can individually adjust the color levels in this menu. Increasing and decreasing the values can help relieve the yellowness presented.
2. If at all possible, buy a replacement bulb for your projector and if it doesn't work, simply return it.
The color wheel from Mitsubishi PN# 938P030010 is the part that you are looking for. But I could not find anyone on the internet that can sell you one. You may try calling Mits, but they are going to suggest that you call a local servicer to diagnose your set and you are looking at 350-400. Sorry I could not be of more help. I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If I have helped you, please help me, and rate this suggestion. If you need further assistance please comment to this post and I will try to help you further. Thanks for using FixYa asnowman
TRake the fron grill off and the front board 6- screws on my 65inch there are three adjustment knobs one of them wil adjust the huge
one the whole screen,if not that,I have heard mold growing on and the inside of the blue bulb because it runs the coolest out of the three.
sounds more like a solder issue.actually leaving the unit plugged in may actually help a solder problem as the standby voltage is present and sometimes solder tends to fix itself with voltages present.