Question about Mitsubishi WD-65733 65" HDTV
Here is the link to the manual if you need it; http://www.hdtvsolutions.com/pdf/MIT_WD-52525_WD-62525_WD-52725_WD-62725_Manual.pdf page 97 states that the lamp is the problem -(the flashing green just means startup - page 11) 14 months sounds about right for a new lamp if you use it a lot - that would be an average of 5&1/2 hours a day if the lamp went to 4000 hrs - although these lamps are more dependable than normal lamps, they can still fail anytime especially if they have been touched on the glass by accident while installing or cleaning, or if the tv is often switched on and off. The fact that there was no message on screen may mean that the lamp has not gone past the warning trigger number of hours - sorry i haven't found what that value is. page 95&96 gives all instructions how to replace lamps and where to get spares - if the price seems bad then search around - prices often vary a lot on these lamps. It is a little disappointing that mitsubishi where not able to diagnose this - please let them know that their technical service is poor in the hope that they try harder. I hope this helps :) Hope this helps :)
Posted on Mar 14, 2007
SOURCE: will not turn on
check to make sure that you didnt break the kill switches on both filter and lamp door. if one is broken you can just solder the wores together or put as jumper on it somehow.
Posted on Apr 09, 2008
SOURCE: WD 52525
This is a sign of a failing capacitor set on the power board. there may have been a small or minimal pulse that went threw the set during the power outage and when the power was restored. this could also be overheating as well due to dust forming on the power boards components. i would remove the back cover and clean as much dust off the power board as possible with some sort of canned air if possible. make sure the cooling system is working properly as well.
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Posted on Mar 16, 2009
One must be very careful of the quality of the replacement lamp. Many of the cheap 'deals' on the web for replacement lamps are substandard. I always recommend that replacement bulbs be the original manufacturers bulb.
Posted on May 01, 2009
There is a tiny reset button to the left of the timer light. Press with a pin or something small, wait 60 seconds. Viola!
Posted on May 07, 2009
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If the power light blinks slowly,
you've tried to turn on the TV during
the lamp cooldown cycle. Wait
approximately 30 seconds, and the TV
will turn on automatically.
If light blinks, pauses for about a
minute, and blinks again: the lamp is
trying to turn on (TV will turn on
when successful). If TV doesn't turn
on and sequence continues, the lamp also
needs to be replaced.
To order lamp call 1-800-338-0376.
Have your TV serial number
and lamp type available (you'll
find this information on the
sticker that's on the right side of
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