My television (mitsubishi vs 4507ca 45" projection) one day after rolling blackouts turned off and never again was ABLE to turn back on. When the power button is pressed on the set itself, it tries to turn on, makes a click sound once, looks like the screen will turn on, then the screen turns back off and makes another click sound and thats it. everytime!
the click sound like it is comming from close to where the power cord connects to the television.
what may be the problem?
same thing, the vertical IC or regulator IC? if so how much do those things cost to repair, just so i dont get ripped off.
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Re: what could be the problem?
If you have a tec do it will be beween 400 and 500 dollars all the parts you need are probably under 50 dollars if you would like I can post you a link where you can buy a service manual and they provide free tec support
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Good Day, skieebumm;
There no adjustment. Try this: (MENU DOES NOT ROLL) CHECK C2A04, 10 UFD 50V OFF PIN 5 OF IC2A01 ON THE VIDEO PCB. 2. CHECK C2046, 47 UFD @ 50V OFF OF DL2001 ON THE VIDEO PCB. 3. (MENU DOES ROLL) CHECK C2B14 10 UFD @ 50 V NP OFF THE BASE OF Q2B02 ON THE VIDEO PCB. Good Luck, big IRISH.
It just click ON and OFF, right? If you hear the hight voltage noise tring start, may be the Tv has bad vartical IC or regulator IC. If you have no experience with electronic you will need a technician to halp you.