Question about Mitsubishi LT-46151 46 in. HDTV LCD TV
Your television hdmi ports are no longer working. You could try to solder new ports onto the board, or you could take it to a specialist in television repair.
Posted on Apr 17, 2021
SOURCE: Dead Mitsubishi VS-5006R.
The most common problem with this set in the start up circuit of the power supply. There is a resistor, a 270k, R903, and even if it checks or looks good replace C920. Also there are small resistors off the flyback transformer that will open up because of bad capacitors feeding those circuits. Also any capacitor that has a swollen top or body, replace. Double check and make sure the B+ fuse is not blown. If it is, before you replace it, check to see if the horizontal output transistor is shorted. If it is, replace the transistor, BUT intall a 100 watt light bulb across the blown fuse. If , when you turn on the TV set, the light bulb glows bright, one of the deflection yolks is probably shorted. Unplug the set, and pull out one of the yolk plugs. tun back on the set. If the light now glows dim you have the bad yolk. If it does not and is atill bright, unplug the set, replug in the yolk, and take another yolk plug out. Do in this order and replug back in the tested yolk and make sure you unplug the set each time you do this or you will cause more problems. goos Luck. Please do not forget to rate this thread.
Posted on Dec 11, 2006
SOURCE: mitsubishi hd1080 ws65809
There is a resistor by the high voltage transformer,it has low value and it opens for no reason,he is likely open and does not let the set stay on,if you are familiar with tv service you can replace it and while you are down there check for any over heated areas and resolder them specially the convergence IC.This resistor is located in the back edge of the chassis in the board in the right side and it might be hidden by a plastic casing that covers the high voltage transformer.If you are not too familiar with tv service you should seek the help of a servicer.Let Us know how it goes or if you need more information.
Posted on Jan 10, 2008
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