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Mitsubishi wd-y65 binking red light problemm


Hello... Your TV has a lamp that has probably gone bad. The lamp is accessible from the back of the TV, located towards the right side. There is a square-ish piece of plastic with one screw on the left side. Unplug the TV, open the cover and there are two silver screws on the left, top and bottom. Loosen the screws, and then grab the handle and pull out the lamp. It may be obviously bad, but if you're not sure, take it to a service center to get their opinion. Be careful buying a lamp online, some will not last long and some may not work at all. Mitsubishi TVs need the correct lamp to work properly. I hope this helps.

Nov 11, 2017 | Mitsubishi Televison & Video

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Mitsubishi LCD #LT40148--left side of screen has vertical lines.


I would guess a sustain or similar board---one for each side of the set and typical shop repair will exceed 200 parts and labor

Mar 17, 2012 | Mitsubishi LT-40148 40 in. LCD TV

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I have a mitsubishi wd 65 837 and it has white and black spots on the left side of the tv , can it befixed ?


I just had this happen to my wd-65833. It is a faulty dlp chip (they call it dmd board). I called Mitsubishi and they covered the cost of the part but there is a $200 service fee for the technician, no they will not send it to you. Support Service Mitsubishi TV

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Mitsubishi 40" TV, LT-40134 Vertical lines on left side of screen


I've got the same TV with the same problem. Sometimes by moving it on the stand the lines will go away but it only sometimes temporarily fixes the problem. For a while it seemed like it needed to heat up to go away but that is not the case. It seems like there is a bad connection somewhere but i cant seem to find it. One day, one thing will fix it, then the next day it wont do the trick. It gets very irritating.

Oct 09, 2009 | Mitsubishi LT-40133 40 in. LCD HDTV

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Power light flashes.


The dm board is located inside the vertical metal case on the left side when viewing the tv2.gif from the back side.

Have you tried disconnecting the front panel on the tv? There are 2 plugs that go into the board and sometimes there is a faulty switch on there which causes your problem.

Aug 20, 2009 | Mitsubishi WS-65615 65" TV

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Line in left side of screen


bad panel call mits has 2 year extended warraty for panel, need to call for authorized service center

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Distorted picture on a mitsubishi ws-55613 tv


Their is no more you can do.
Seen this before.

You need a professional.
Stop using the TV until it is repaired.
Continue to use the TV and your problems WILL multiply.

Call the manufacturer to find you nearest authorized service center.

MR. TV Sales & Service Inc
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53405
(414) 762-8600
Established 1974

Mar 24, 2009 | Mitsubishi WS-55613 55" Rear Projection...

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Half of the screen goes black


the light engine is defective and needs to be changed..this set is not that old..contact mitsubishi customer relations to see about having it done under a customer accomodation, as they have had a lot of problems with the engines

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