I moved the working TV from one house to another and when I plugged it in and after the green light stopped flashing, hit the power button and the moment that the gus were about to fire, it flashed an arc from the back and now will not go on. Now when I turn it on it turns off just when the guns should be firing.
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I have a Mitsubishi MITWS-65813.
The green led light constantly blinks. I tried the reset button and green light is still blinking. I unplug the tv, waited a few days, then plugged the tv back in, the green light still blinks. I have a lot of experience with soldering. Do you have any suggestions or can send repair directions/protocol for the DM board. via email? Thank you in advance for your help. Your help is much appreciated!
Good Day, charliek1;
This a very common problem with model. Don't listen to other comments unless the use the correct replacement parts.
SYMPTOM: Power LED does not stop blinking after plug in. CURE: replace C9B01, C9B02,C9B10, and C9B11 (1000 uFD 16V) on the DM PCB. Replace them with part # 181P734030 (680uFd 16V). The DM Board (PCB) is located on the very left side of the TV looking from back. Caution on removing Board and note what cables you disconnect to access the Metal Shielded Board. Good Luck, big IRISH.
if you changed the energy mode from standard to low that is normal, anytime you turn the set on it will do the same,
plug set green light will blink one minute.
turn it on it will blink onother minute and then turn on(make sure that you dont keep pressing power key) once on you can change your settings again.
Have you looked at the DM board fix yet that's available here. http://www.fixya.com/howto/h154057-mitsubishi_dm_board_repair
Check it out. If the inside of your TV set does not look like this, you will need to get the service manual to disassemble the set and get to the DM board, but use the rest of the guide to repair the board. If you are successful, you will save almost a 1000 bucks! Good Luck