Please help me, I just bought an old Mitsubishi Tv, made in 1996, it must weigh 200 lbs. I have no booklet for it, there is a picture but no sound, there are audio hookups in the back, no cables came with it, what am I to do? I know nothing about it, how do I get a manual? Thanks,
Mitsubishi TV CS-35805 model number
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Sorry to be the one to inform you Sheri, but this set is known to have several bad capacitors in the sweep as well as the power supply. Unless you have an ESR type capacitor checker, your going to have to take it in for service, by a pro. Hope yopu did'nt pay to much for it. Good Luck
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The TVs in the LD-325 line are 14.55 pounds with the stand, but is 13.45 lbs without. If you have the original shipping container and all the accessories, the LD-3255VX weighed 21.83 lbs. The LD-3255AR is 23.2 lbs in the box.
The EW32S3PW with the stand is 15 pounds and 1.5 pounds lighter without the stand.
The older model SK-32H640G is 23.9 pounds with the stand. Removing the stand takes 1.4 lbs off the TV weight. When in the original box with accessories, the TV weighed 27.0 pounds.
There are a number of other models, so please add a comment with the model number and if the stand and accessories are going to be in the same box. I hope this gives you some help.
These sets among other things with age develop bad solder connections: I suspect on the board that plugs onto the end of the picture tube you have some broken solder connections--the red, green, and blue video output circuit is there.
The really hard part with this set is just getting it apart--weighs a ton.
Let me know if I can help (not picking any set that heavy up).
no pic at all usiually means the the heater element in the picture tube it self is burned out. Also there could be a problem with the internal power supply that gives electricity to the heater element. These are all thing the cunsumer cant fix. You either need to trust ONLY a certified Mitsubishi TV repair man, or replace the TV. I know it's not great news, but if this advice helps, please give me a good rating.
I found 2 different sources online that list the weight as either 61.1 lbs or 68.1 lbs. I think the 61.1 is more accurate for the bare TV without the stand or anything attached. But keep in mind that when mounting a flat panel TV to a wall, you should secure it with hardware rated for much higher weight tolerances. Many mounting brackets for TVs of this size are rated for 150 - 200 lbs, and for good reason. Consider a situation where someone trips and catches his balance on the wall-mounted TV. The TV is already putting 61 lbs of pressure on the bracket, so any force from any other contact is added to that. It doesn't take much to add up to 100 lbs or more. If the mount breaks free from the wall, you'll have damage to the TV, the wall, the mount, and any furniture or flooring beneath the TV, so the best advice is to mount it as if it weighed about 150 lbs. The 7 lbs +/- difference in reported weights won't matter at all.
Yes first it may just be bad solder on the
flyback transformer , or the Picture in Picture
module has some bad caps . a fair shop
price is about 180-200 and it worth the repair
they are great TVs and are made to last.
ps i have repaired my mitsubishi once , and
its going strong. 18 years old .
It sounds like a problem with the tuner in the TV set. Hook up a VCR through the video inputs and hook the cable through the VCR and if the picture is still snowy, the problem is the cable. If the picture is clear, the problem is the tuner in the TV set. If you wanted, you could simply leave the VCR attached to the TV set and change cable channels through the VCR, or have the TV serviced. Good Luck