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Mitsubishi 6043A Loss of color

I just inherited a Mitsubishi 6043A and it has a couple of problems. Initially, the picture was OK but had vertical bars that appeared to move down the screen (not too distracting, but noticeable). Also, it sometimes powers up without picture. I can hear sound, but the screen stays black. Turning the TV off then back on usually fixes this problem. It happens when the DVD player is on before the TV. Today, the picture lost most color, and appears sepia. It seems like a loss of blue. Any idea on repair costs or ease for DIY?

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Sounds like many different problems maybe related thou. You say 6043a but you are under WD-62327. So this info is for that.1. Suspect the Light Engine part # 939P977020 also you could need.. Suspect the Signal PCB part # 930B923002 if no video keeps up

Posted on Aug 27, 2007

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