Mitsubishi WD - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support
Can the thermal sensor be replaced by the tv owner
Yes, it is located on the back of the lamp housing, you take the screws out of the fan duct and move it out of the way then there is a screw at the bottom of the thermal fuse on the back of the lamp housing unscrew it and pull the thermal fuse up and it will come out install a new one then put it all back together.
Broken screen. i think both internal and external.
Buying a new TV would save time most definitely, if it's in really bad shape the repair costs would add up pretty huge. Buying a broken TV with an intact screen might work as long as you can prove it's exporting signal though. If time means anything, and you have experience in engineering, I'd say go with buying a broken TV, otherwise based off your description, just buy a new system.
Red indicater lite on
I would first suggest checking where lamp plugs into the two pins that the replacement lamp went in correctly----it is not uncommon for it to push the contacts away (not engage correctly) and you will be able to see this with the lamp removed---red should be lamp light failure and most of these have a self check button sequence based on actual model number.
Timer is on and Tv will not come on
Press the System Reset Button which is on the RHS on control panel
If the TV fails to respond to the remote control, control panel
buttons, or will not power on/off, press the SYSTEM RESET button on the control panel.
The green LED on the front panel will flash quickly for up to one and a half minutes. When the green LED stops flashing, you may turn on the TV. Recent setting changes you made before using SYSTEM RESET may be lost.
If that fails try pressing and holding the menu button for 8 secs
user manual is here:
remove the lamp and check to see if its ok, if ok replace lamp thermal sensor
Fixing 3 white dots on mitsubishi wd-60737
My guess is that it is not economical to fix as it needs new screen. Unless it's under warranty but then you would not be asking. I had an off brand tv that I sold at my Radioshack franchise year ago. I had a customer get a tv with one white pixel constantly on. I replaced it for him. When I called the mfg, they informed me that this was allowable error in the b grade displays they used in their TVs. I quit selling them and put the bad one in my Rv. Still ticked me off when I watched it
Mitsubishi HD 1080 wont turn on now
did u by any chance open the assembly of the tv and touched the pcb board... the circuits on this board r very delicate and u shud be very if u r handling tis....
wen u switch on ur tv r u able to listen to any sound or wat?
if yes reply back, i wil help u
Turns off shortly after turn on
try blowing out the set and especially the three fans and the area around them---seen a number of these where a dirty fan will slow down just a little and even stop set from coming on at all or shutting down sometimes.We usually roll them outside and with a aircompressor clean the set out, it usually looks like a dust storm.I have had more than a few brought in that would not power up and as soon as cleaned outside, came up and worked.The actual air intakes are on the front of the set and dust gets sucked into the unit.
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