Mitsubishi WS-65711 HDTV Green Blinking Light

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wrath
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Hi Larry,

Hi Larry,

Me again, Can you tell me where to get the service manual as well for my ws-55859.

THANKS AGAIN!

Tim

luigino
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luigino said: Larry

luigino said:

Larry Dillon said: luigino, They are on there way. Good Luck

Youre the best. Thanks.

Believe it or not the TV came back on this morning and I have warranty repair coming out Tuesday.

Larry Dillon
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Tim, it is because you have

Tim, it is because you have posted many times on the wrong model number thread and then I lose your address. I will do one special just for you now. Good luck with the repair

Larry Dillon
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luigino, have the caps

luigino, have the caps changed inside the DM anyway man, this is the first symptom of them going bad. I have seen it a dozen times to act like this. I have worked on many many of these TV sets and I do know them as I was a factory tech at one time. Oh maybe that's how I know about this fix? If they blow you off, the set will for sure go out down the road and then if you cannot do the repair yourself, it will cost U a min. of 800 to 1000 bucks. Insist they replace the caps in the DM or the DM itself!

channelflipper
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Hi Larry,

Hi Larry,

I have the same blinking green light problem on my Mitsubishi model WS-55813. Could you please forward me the file. I would appreciate it.

Thanks

gps550@gmail.com

Swerth
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Hi Larry -

Hi Larry -

Looks like a few days of cooler temps in AZ have caused my Mitu WS-55813 to have the same green blinking light of death. Can you forward me the info for repair. Thanks so very much.

please forward to:

c@tulumello.us 

Thanks Again

wrath
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Thanks Larry,

Thanks Larry,

Had no idea I was on the wrong thread, sorry, and thanks again..

FedExFlyer
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The Mitsubishi WS-55813's all

The Mitsubishi WS-55813's all seem to be failing at once!  I also have the infamous green blinking light, if someone could please send me the repair instructions.  My email address is sdhughes@hotmail.co m.

Thanks!

Larry Dillon
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Tim, not a problem, I did

Tim, not a problem, I did send out the manual and instructions to you. Hope you got it.

Larry Dillon
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I am sending out the

I am sending out the documents to those who posted a good e-mail address, yes even you FedExFlyer, I fixed the error. LOL,  Good Luck with the repair

dbeck
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I have the same green

I have the same green blinking light on a mits ws65713.  could someone help out with removing the dm board.  Thanks, D

 dbecker_3@hotmail.com

Larry Dillon
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dbeck, I have sent out the

dbeck, I have sent out the info to you. Good Luck

Jeff T.
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Larry,

Larry,

    I am the newest in the long line of Mitsubishi flashing green light victims, just before the weekend sports started!. I have a WS-55513, could you please send the cap replacement instructions also? jstquix@comcast.net

Thank You!

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Jeff, I just sent out your

Jeff, I just sent out your documents you requested. Good Luck

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Larry,

Larry,

      The cap replacement fixed tthe blinking light problem! But I still have another problem....The convergance is now an issue, I can adjust the blue but when I try to adjust the red it will not move. Did I miss a cable when I was re connecting after repair?

Jeff T.

Larry Dillon
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Jeff, thats great you have

Jeff, thats great you have the set on now. The convergence could of course be a problem with a plug coming out a little bit and not sitting squarely on the plug. Double check all of the plugs and do not just look at them, go in with the set off and make sure they are pushed down onto the printed circuit board all the way. If you need more assistance with this repair, please let me know. It will not be as easy as the DM repair but will still save you a ton of cash. Good Luck

luigino
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Larry Dillon said: luigino,

Larry Dillon said: luigino, have the caps changed inside the DM anyway man, this is the first symptom of them going bad. I have seen it a dozen times to act like this. I have worked on many many of these TV sets and I do know them as I was a factory tech at one time. Oh maybe that's how I know about this fix? If they blow you off, the set will for sure go out down the road and then if you cannot do the repair yourself, it will cost U a min. of 800 to 1000 bucks. Insist they replace the caps in the DM or the DM itself!

Larry, as per your suggestion I called the warranty repair company armed with the information you furnished me.  When  I told the tech the exact problem, he knew exactly what I was talking about.  He said they repair this exact problem that is inherent in Mitsu HD older models 20 to 25 calls a week.  They will come prepared with the caps for the DM board and insured me a same day fix.   Heads up to all that are still covered under warranty. Call  your warrant people on the first sign of  cap failure   !!!!  It's NOT just you.  L   

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Thanks for getting back to us

Thanks for getting back to us and informing us about your outcome. Also thanks for the heads up! Good Luck

eye1987
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Hi Larry

Hi Larry

I also have the evil green blinking light on my WS-55813. If you could send me the cap. replacement instructions I would truely appreciate it.  Thanks for the help...danagc@aol.com

RickEB
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Hi Larry,

Hi Larry,

 I also have the green light of death, just purchased the TV last month..

Mits. wd-65732. Manufactured Sept 2006.

its under warranty and i have a tech coming out on Monday, but would like a copy for the future just in case this happens again out of warranty.

 Thank you,

 Rick  pony2173@yahoo.com

Larry Dillon
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Rick, I do not have that

Rick, I do not have that service manual but one is available HERE for you to download. Good Luck with your TV set. When you find out what was done to the set, please post back with us.

luigino
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luigino said: Larry Dillon

luigino said:

Larry Dillon said: luigino, have the caps changed inside the DM anyway man, this is the first symptom of them going bad. I have seen it a dozen times to act like this. I have worked on many many of these TV sets and I do know them as I was a factory tech at one time. Oh maybe that's how I know about this fix? If they blow you off, the set will for sure go out down the road and then if you cannot do the repair yourself, it will cost U a min. of 800 to 1000 bucks. Insist they replace the caps in the DM or the DM itself!

Larry, as per your suggestion I called the warranty repair company armed with the information you furnished me.  When  I told the tech the exact problem, he knew exactly what I was talking about.  He said they repair this exact problem that is inherent in Mitsu HD older models 20 to 25 calls a week.  They will come prepared with the caps for the DM board and insured me a same day fix.   Heads up to all that are still covered under warranty. Call  your warrant people on the first sign of  cap failure   !!!!  It's NOT just you.  L   

Larry , can you resend me the service manual.  It didnt come through.  Thanks again.  L

bghkoyama
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I have the Mitsubishis WS

I have the Mitsubishis WS-65711 model tv and it just went out on me.  I turn on the tv and the power light comes on for about 5 seconds then goes off.  I don't get the blinking light that most people are talking about.  I tried to power off the tv and unplugged it over night and it still won't come on.  I've had this tv for about 2 years (purchased new).  Any help would be appreciated on where to start trouble shooting before I call in a professional repair person.

Thanks in advance.

Brian

rob21af
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 I have a mitsubishi HDTV

 I have a mitsubishi HDTV 1080 series with the blinking green light of death ...... could i get the info file please sent to boss20two@hotmail.com .... I appreciate your help.

Larry Dillon
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I can help the last two of

I can help the last two of you if I had an e-mail address or a model number rob and brian.

Quiddity319
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Hi. I have a WD-73733. I

Hi. I have a WD-73733. I had the TV for 2 weeks from Amazon.com and I got the blinking light. I called Amazon and they replaced it. I got the new one today. I was setting it up and power failure (UPS couldn't handle every component in my rack on) and I have the green blinking light of death. Again. I have unplugged it and am leaving it unplugged, hoping this will help.

Does anyone actually have success with leaving it unplugged for an hour or so? Or leaving it plugged and blinking? I'm willing to take apart the DM board and fix it but am I going to need to fix this at every power outage? Or when my system shuts down to "save" my equipment from a power surge?

I do live in Florida...

Thanks,
Quiddity319

bghkoyama
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Larry Dillon said: I can help

Larry Dillon said: I can help the last two of you if I had an e-mail address or a model number rob and brian.

Hi Larry,

 Model number:  WS-65711, S/N: 112246

Email addy:  bghkoyama@yahoo.com

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.

Brian

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I have a Mitsubishi WS-65813

I have a Mitsubishi WS-65813 hdtv the green light keep blinking for 2 days, remote control deosn't respone at all.  would you please send me the file how to fix it.  email is

anhdung2004005@yahoo.com

thank you.

          

zimmbo
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  I have a mits ws-73713

  I have a mits ws-73713 green lite blinking to death,Larry you know the rountine,Can you send me the file to repair this puppy...........Thanks for your help.. Zimmbo...

   zimmbo@gmail.com

Larry Dillon
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zimmbo and iamhere, I am

zimmbo and iamhere, I am sending out the documents as well as the factiry service manual to you all this evening. Good luck with the repair.

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