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Audio but no picture mitsubishi wt-46807

Couple of weeks ago I noticed that I had a "rainbow effect" or 3D picture when I first turned on my set(new in 2000), after a few minutes or so it went away. Fri the picture went VERY dark and then was almost entirely obscured by several (?) thick, black vertical bars, now virtually no picture. Sound is ok and I could still change channels, no menu screen and I tried the DVD input and nothing either. I could not gett he "error code" to come up. The TV never went off (in 20 min) in order to press the input/menu button. I just want to confirm that is is also the convergence problem I have read so much about - I could give that a try for the $$ involved. I changed out one of the boards a couple of yrs ago for about $100 to fix the picture problem I had then; got lucky, it was the cheaper board. I just want to confirm the extent of the problem so I can estimate the $$

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Did you try the OPTION menu---think I offered that to you a few days ago......

Posted on Mar 28, 2012

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SOURCE: sound no pic

Convergence ICs are STK392-110 you will need two of them they are available at the link I am posting and they give free instalation instructions with pics and free tech support so you can do the repair yourself.Heres the link.
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Posted on May 01, 2008

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SOURCE: Turns on but no picture, just black, worth repairing? Mitsubishi 46" projection

you have some bad caps, the only problem is that could be a lot of them.

Posted on Oct 01, 2008

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SOURCE: No picture no sound....Mitsubishi WT-46809

Your Power supply will most likely have to be replaced. Very common, the capacitor's inside these units due tend to get overheated and burn out. You can test power coming from the power supply with a voltmeter

Posted on Sep 30, 2009

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where you saw blue it sounds like your blue crt is shorting out could be just the video amp so
i would suggest you have a tech look at it for and estimate

Posted on Nov 25, 2009

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SOURCE: Mitsubishi WT-46807 Bottom of picture cut off

YOU HAVE A VERTICAL DEFLECTION PROBLEM, THE RETURN CAP IS DRYING OUT AND MUST BE REPLACED

Posted on Dec 27, 2009

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Tv has audio but no picture. tv was working perfectly fine last night with audio and pic but now no picture


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My picture is blurry, re-setting the convergance helps


This is a common problem. Its called a convergence failure.

Problem #1) Convergence

Symptoms:

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You can see some examples and find a fix here...

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YOU HAVE A VERTICAL DEFLECTION PROBLEM, THE RETURN CAP IS DRYING OUT AND MUST BE REPLACED

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my friend you have a power supply problem,check the fuses, replace any blown one and if blows the fuse again you need someone with electronics skills to replace one the yokes that is bad,usually is the red.



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intermittent convergence fail. suggest re-soldering the 2 convergence output ICs on the middle power board. they are the 2 large devices located on the largest heat-sink on the middle board(looking at from back) once you re-solder them as long as the aren't faulty internally you should be all set.

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GO TO INPUTS ON THE MITSUBISHI AND TURN THEM ON, THEY COME IN THE OFF POSITION

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