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Mitsubishi WS-55513 55 in. Rear Projection HDTV

My house was hit by lightening and i have no input signal but the screen still works and it has good set up picture and i'm not sure if there is sound as of right now everything appears to be normal just no picture and no input

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  • Darren Hooten Jun 28, 2007

    i'm not sure i will have to try a dvd

  • txrcaves Nov 06, 2007

    When I first turn on the TV the picture and sound will be fine for a few seconds, then the screen goes blue and there is no sound. This is the same regardless of the source of the signal.

  • Anonymous May 06, 2008

    I have 52 Vac on the coax shield. I belive it is coming from the power supply. I have also noticed that there no ground prong on the plug therefore ground reference is through the ANT A/B jacks if used and grounded outside. How can I further troubleshoot and repair ?



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