Question about Mitsubishi VS-50607 50" Rear Projection Television
Hi, I have an electronics background and test equipment ( scope, dvm, etc.)My tv turned of several weeks ago on its own. I got the schematics for it and checked the standby voltages. The 12vdc was not working. I found a leaky cap. c973 and replaced it. The tv worked ok for about a week. And then I noticed that the only the video input were working. I used it with a vcr to tune in the stations. This worked for about a couple of days. The problem came back again and I found L972 had an open. I replaced it. The problem still exists the tv turns off in 3 seconds. The standby voltages 12vdc and 130vdc and there. I checked R588 as recommended by another helper it was ok. He also suggested cp205. I could not find it. What should I check for to fix my problem? Thanks, Kumar
Check that none of the other capacitors are faulty. They may have 'Capacitor Plague' if they are from the same factory.
Posted on Oct 01, 2007
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