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Mitsubishi WD-52525 picture problem

I have just finished rebuilding my WD-52525 TV by replacing all the bad CAPS on both boards. after assembling the tv it powerd up nicely however, the picture now scroles from left to right. when pressing the TV menu the desplay of all function and setup menu is fine except for tv signals that is just scrolling across the screen. error check returns no error detected. can anyone help me?

thanks in advance

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  • abagain1 Jun 13, 2009

    I have replaced C8F19, C8F21, C8F22, and C8F27 on the FMT board, C9A37 & C9A38 caps on the PWB.

    I have forgot to mention that viewing pictures from an SD card is fine. only tv signal from COMP1,Input 1,2 or DVD etc.

    do I need to take it abart again and replace the remaining 8 CAPS. on the other 2 boards,

    Thanks.

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You didnt mention which two boards you replaced the caps on however each board in the chassis has the same capacitor issue. Sounds like you need either of the four V26 Repair kits. The FMT repair kit, The signal Repair kit, The Terminal 1 or the terminal 2 repair kit

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