Question about Mitsubishi WD-52525 52" Rear Projection HDTV
SOUNDS LIKE CONVERGENCE PROBLEM, COMMON ON PROJECTION TV'S. MAYBE $300 REPAIR. FIND HONEST TV TECH
Posted on Nov 17, 2013
SOURCE: Tv brightness
the light engine is that part that displays the picture on the screen. its like a filmprojector. if you need the complete LE, you run in about 1200-1600 dollars.Mitsubishi DLP's are known for collecting great amounts of dust, so try to clean the filters first and remove all the dust you can find.be careful,do not use a vaccuum as they can damage the electronics and the fans.....
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
SOURCE: Tv brightness
I just bought an e 62525 on craigslist for $300 dollars. The guy had it in his garage because of a degraded picture... white out haze and virtually no black ... I surfed for similar issues most referring to the light engine. However; going back to basics. I removed the front panel assembly (approximately 16 screws including the center panel surrounding the card/rca ports in the front). The main mirror was spotless (in itself missleading) but the projection lense and the smaller mirror were frosted over with 3+ years of fine dust. I cleaned them with a simple cloth. I also noted that the foam insert surrounding the lense had gaps due to age which allowed excessive light sepage (the white out problem). I repositioned the foam as best I could. Then simply stuffed a black cloth over the foam but firmly arround the lense (keeping the foam intact as well). This blocked "all" light sepage. Bottom line is that I now have a picture quality that is flat out incredible! This is one bad mutha (shut yo mouth) tv. P.S. I'm just an average guy with an electric screw driver.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
that means your lamp it is getting to the end of its life.
sometimes even if the lamp still good the TV will send you that message because that timer is closed to 5000 hours
What you can do is open the lamp door, closed again and the tv will ask you if you replaced it the lamp, and just say yes and that sign will go away
or just simple replace the lamp. 915P020010
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
Your TV is so-called V-36 chassis.
First shut off TV and unplug it from the wall.
On the back of the TV on the right hand side if look from behind you can locate plastic lamp cover that is removable. Behind the cover you will see lamp cartridge that held in place by screws that you have to loose using screwdriver. Remove lamp assembly and install the new one. Make sure that cartridge is all way in, you have to feel connection plug to be slide-in all the way. Tighten up screws but not too hard.
Reinstall lamp cover. Plug TV into the wall and wait for green LED light to stop blinking. Turn TV set on. It should display message "Power loss, did you replace the lamp?" You hit "enter" on your original Mitsubishi (not the cable box or Satellite box) remote control and this is it.
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
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