Hello all. I have a problem with my Mitsubishi CS-27205 TV. I turned it on this morning and I have perfect sound but no video at all. I have only a VCR hooked up to it, and video problem happens via coax cable or A/V cables. I can't make the adjustements to the screen because even the on-screen display does not show up. A different TV worsk fine in this setup so i don't have any issues related to the incoming cable. Any ideas? Is this fixable or is my TV essentially dead?
Thanks in advance for any help you can give me.
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Re: Sound but no video
This looks like an internal fuse has blown, or a problem with the start up circuit. It could be just a small mains transformer about 5 cm cube in size has a fault. They have a built in over temperature cut out which may take half hour to reset.
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Sounds like the picture tube is burnt out. It can happen when the television is left in direct sunlight. There is no cure for it, you can however put in a darker area and over time it may clear itself up.
Hello phillip and welcome to FixYa. A possible easy solution would be to power offf the television and unplug it. You should leave it unplugged for about 15 minutes. This Should remove the parental control screen and solve your problem. I hope this solution works out for you and good luck.
It is an indication of leaky electrolytic capacitor on the vertical section.
This is not a diy if you are not an expert.
I've adviced you to look for a qualified technician to replaced the faulty capacitor.
This is quite fixable and easy to locate by the technician.
The problem is in the vertical section of the main board. Bad capacitors and maybe the vertical IC. If you are not inclined to be a tech you will have to take it to a shop.. I don't know what they may charge but I normally get $69- $89
Step thru video menu selections one at a time until CC comes
up, then change with plus or minus....can be done with remote
or at set............if more help needed, do we have the owner'
manual ?....................Please let me know....T.