Question about Mitsubishi WD-65833 65" HDTV
Posted by Anonymous on
This is the DLP chip failing. Contact Mitsubishi and they will provide the part but you have to pay $200 for the service call.
Posted on Apr 10, 2014
This problem sounds like it could be an intermittent ly malfunctioning component in the power supply section of your TV. I suspect it could be a capacitor that is failing. This is quite common in televisions today. If you want to at least take a look at what could be wrong, unplug the TV take the back off and look at the power supply board for vented or bloated capacitors. Capacitors are can-like components the have tops that look they are made to open. If the top looks curved in any way that capacitor has to be changed. I suggest that for the repair of this TV you seek the help of a TV technician, due to the fact that the technician would have all of the tools need to properly preform the needed repair.
Posted on Feb 02, 2011
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