Question about Mitsubishi VS-5059 50" Rear Projection Television
If it's a DLP (E44W46LCD), then it doesn't use CRT's, so there's no HOT or High Voltage. This set uses a projector bulb. You may have a bad bulb. Some DLP's will still play audio when the bulb goes. Usually, you can pull the bulb and see if it's blown. It's located on the right hand side (looking from the front) on this set.
Posted on Oct 23, 2006
Just a note here - HOTs do NOT open - they short. In 40 years of repairing televisions, I have never seen one open. I also never seen a micro needing to be reset to fix a no picture problem - sometimes a dead set, yes. This is usually on magnavoxes.
Posted on Oct 10, 2006
You need to include a model and manufacturer. You also need to note if the TV on screen menu is working.
Posted on Oct 08, 2006
I have the same problem for 4 times. The problem is fixed buy replaceing a Fuse and the Transistor D2553 for 3 times. I have the same problem on the 4th time, I replaced the Fuse and the Transistor D2553, but the TV still has no picture, screen is complete dark. What I can/need do after replace the Fuse and D2553?
Posted on Oct 02, 2006
I just paid 65 dollars to find out all you have to do is unplug your TV for 15 seconds and plug it back in to reset the computer. Save the money!
Posted on Aug 29, 2006
If you have sound and no picture you either do not have any high voltage, the CRT emitters are not powering up or there is no video drive to the crts. A long shot would be the brightness is turned down but unlikely. The most likely problem is no high voltage. Odds are the Horizontal Output Transistor is open. This is easy to check with a vom if you are familiar with TVs. If not have a professional do it. TVs are dangerous and complicated. If the HOT is open it will need to be replaced along with either/and the flyback and HV divider block. If the Horizontal Output is ok the problem could be just about anywhere. First you need to make sure that all necessary voltages are present and correct. After that you need to determine which circuit or section is not working. At this point the sound is the only thing you know works. Good Luck.
Posted on Jun 23, 2006
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