I REC'D A MITSUBISHI BIG SCREEN MODEL # VS5051. I NEED TO KNOW WHAT GETS HOOKED UP WHERE ON THE BACK OF THE TV. I HOOKED UP THE CABLE FROM THE WALL TO ANTENNA OUTLET #1,
I GET SOUND TO COME OUT OF SOME CHANNELS, HOWEVER, THE CHANNELS DO NOT COME IN CLEAR.
DO YOU KNOW IF I NEED TO HOOK ANYTHING ELSE UP TO THE BACK OF TV?
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The cable should be on the Input to RF connector. Then you should reprogram tv for cable channels. If you have dvd then it should go to the inputs for 1/2/3 A/V inputs yellow for video, red for right audio and white for left audio. Color coded! Hope this helps!
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I have similar situation with my TXDS 565 and could not video out of my unit after hooking up the cables properly in and out of the unit for all auxilary modules... I assume that you have tried to place your vid IN from the cable box to your units vid IN and run a vid OUT cable or S cable to your TV. If this doesn't work for you as it did not for me, then you must run your cable direct to the TV vid IN and run your audio out from the TV audio Out back to your reciever as audio IN in the Video I or II ports on the reciever unit. This will give you audio control through the rec. unit.
I suspect that my is damaged and will not function properly; yours may be too,
My unit is about 10 years old and repair is too expensive so I will run it this way until something else fails and I will replace it... probably not Onkyo.,'
Hi Chelon alot of Mitsubishi tv's around the time the model number you are stating where built have a small PCB on the yoke of the picture tubes, connections on these boards (one of them) break down so the set loses one of the scaning circuits (vertical or horiz) the circuitry senses this failure and shuts off the picture (some models the whole set) this is to protect the picture tubes, try wigglin the heavy cable going to each of the 3 tubes (unpluged from wall socket) then plug it in and turn it on. Once the set is up, carfully wiggle each of the cables goin to the yokes until the screen flickers or flashes now you know which one is bad repair it is a bit of task but lets see it you get this far first.
I have a sr605 Onkyo receiver and just hooked it up to a new Mitsubishi 73" and I could not get the picture to work, sound did though. Here is the problem the Onkyo is HDMI 1.3 but TV calls for HDMI 1.3a. There is a big difference between the 2 and the Onkyo will not work with TV. The newer model TV'S say in the manual Category 2 V 1.3a. You need to make sure that all your parts are compatable. It makes a big difference.
No video but good audio Mitsubishi VS5051. Check R509 and R 519, 100 ohm resistors located on the main PCB near the flyback transformer. Also bad connections on any of the yokes and the vertical output IC will cause the same problem.