Air flow vent is blocked, tv keeps shutting down, mitsubishi ws-55615, how to fix ?
Mitsubishi's product line includes a wide array of LCD, Flat Panel,
and DLP televisions to suit your home entertainment needs. The
electronics division has the distinction of inventing the first
rear-projection television and selling the very first HDTV in America.
Their 400,000 square foot manufacturing facility, located in Irvine, CA,
boasts the ability to produce more than 1,000 projection TV's in one
day. The company's oft-stated goal of unmatched excellence is driven by
their mantra: "Technically, anything is possible." In June, 2008,
Mitsubishi introduced a new premium flat panel TV with an integrated
16-speaker sound projector.
There is in-home service on
all big screen models, which have warranties of 30 days for screens and
one year for parts and labor. The LCD televisions have a one year
warranty on parts and one year on labor with carry-in service. For
plasma sets, in-home service is available on all models. There is a one
year warranty on parts and one year on labor. The faulty thermal sensor,
mentioned in the commmon repairs section, is now covered by an extended
2 year warranty, as is the problem related to the optical engine.
For the following models:
WD-52631, WD-57731, WD-65731, WD-Y57, WD-Y65, WD-57732, WD-65732,
WD-57831, WD-65831, the most common repair problem stems from television
shutting off almost immediately after it has been turned on accompanied
by the message, "TV will shut down in a few seconds. Please check if
the air flow is blocked." According to the Mitsubishi website, this
issue is caused by a loose connection as a result of a faulty thermal
sensor. For models: WD-73727, WD-73827, WD-73927, WD-73732, WD-7383, the
most encountered repair problem has been in relation to the optical
engine. Another common situation consumers have encountered is failure
of the TV to turn on along with unceasing flashing of the green power
light. The solution for this problem, caused by the DM board, will vary
by repairman. Consumers have also encountered issues with moving
vertical or horizontal lines appearing on the screen which can either be
due to problems with the capacitor, light engine, or formatter board.
Jul 26, 2012 |
Mitsubishi Televison & Video