Question about Mitsubishi WT-46807 46" Rear Projection Television
This happened about two years ago . I called a repair shop and they said it would cost about $300.00 to fix, we havent used it since. we just bought a new flat screen tv. but now im thinking should i fix it? or ask a tv shop to take it if they want it, or should I try to sell it to them?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
After 11 years???? OMG This set is a tired pup and should be put to reast. My experience with older sets and your complains are all capacitor problems and is only gonna get worse as the first time around repair will take several capacitors to repair. This set has no user serviceable parts inside so you should not attempt a repair suchj as this on your own.. This repair if you decide to go through the first time will be About 300 to 600 bucks the first time and cost will continue to raise till the sets put to sleep. Good luck
Posted on Jun 01, 2006
Turn on the set and let it shut down. push in the Menu and Device (or input, I don't have a schematic in front of me) buttons on the front of the set at the same time and hold until the green light starts flashing. Then release. There will be two different sets of flashes, such as, 3 and 6. The code 12 means the set is opperating fine. The other codes will tell you what part of the set needs repaired. Also, remove the bulb and check the ballast connection to the bulb. I find the connection for the bulb bent over when a customer replaces the lamp sometimes. Let me know what you find and we can go from there.
Posted on Feb 18, 2007
SOURCE: Shuts Off After @ 60 Seconds
Some of the Mitsu *25's are covered by a factory recall of the optical engine, even if it is out of warranty.
The airflow message is a faulty temperature sensor located near the lamp. Temporary fixes (that will not void your warranty), are as follows:
Find the inlet vent, clean the filter, then place a small fan in front of said filter.
Call a repair company thats an ASC for mitsu, they will replace the sensor (not repair).
Sometimes, when the change lamp message appears, and you try a reset, it does not work. Unfortunately, this is a known problem without a known solution, other than just keep resetting it.
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
Most common repair is one or two open fuses in power supply
and bad convergence Ic's = expensive repair.........Also, have
the tech check for coolant leakage from CRT's...........T.
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
SOURCE: When I turn on the
Depending on actual model number most of these sets have a self check.
When green light goes out: On front of set press and hold both the menu and input (device) buttons at the same time for at least 5 seconds and release both.
Power light will blink a two digit error code like: 2 blinks, 2 blinks, a pause and repeat several times.
Let me know what error code you find and comment here and I will tell you what it means.
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Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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