Mitsubishi WS65513 Blinking Green Light

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worm said: Update to all and

worm said: Update to all and any that have the green blinking light problem!!!!!!!! Here is the out come. 90% of the time it will be the 4 to 7 15V capacitors that need replaced. The price is $8 to $12 apiece and approximately $250 in labor. The 15V capacitors are unable to carry the load and pop within 3 years so replacement should be 20V. Mitsubishi knows of the problem yet makes it almost impossible to fix unless you take it to a service rep. for most expensive fix. Go figure RIGHT/ Know will never buy another brand Mitsubishi here so if you haven't suggest you don't either. Again to all that are not aware of the fix to the blinking green light problem it is almost always the result of the 15V capacitors which are popped do to poor design of the TV. when replacing ask your service tech to replace with 20V capacitors BTW - the 20v caps cost about 50 cents each http://www.hobbyengineering.com/H1311.html

Worm,

that link takes you to a 100uf Capacitor. And is your tv running now?

Here is a link to the 1000uf capacitors.

Mouser Electronics

By the way on HDTVoice, it is recommended that the Capacitors be no more than 10mm Dia x 16mm tall. Which makes it easier to squeeze them in together and allow the cover back on. But others have squeezed in larger from reading the posts on this forum.

And thanks Larry for notifing me this company existed.

Larry Dillon
sandman and Rod, I have sent

sandman and Rod, I have sent out what you asked for. Good Luck

Wicanpe
Larry, I too am having the

Larry, I too am having the same problem with the blinking green led on the 65513. Could you please send me the info on how to repair the board and the manual.  here my email and thanks a lot. Pat

[email protected]

carissa4
Larry,

Larry,

I am another owner of a Mitsubishi WS-65513 with a blinking green light problem.I have some experience with Electronics. Could you please send me the instructions of how to repair this failure? My Email is       [email protected]   . I appreciate your help in advance.

Thanks,

 K.

trastric
Larry,

Larry,

I have the same problem with my 55513.  Would love to give your solution a try.

Thanks,

Dan

[email protected]

Larry Dillon
peb, hk, and Dan, you should

peb, hk, and Dan, you should have that info by now. Good luck

RLW
Can you please email me the

Can you please email me the fix for the blinking green light problem. I would be ever so grateful!!!! Please send to [email protected] Thanks!!!!

boom1
Larry Dillon said: If you are

Larry Dillon said: If you are handy, and can solder, you may be able to save about 700 bucks if not more. There is a very common problem with these Mitsubishi TV sets. There is a digital board inside these puppies called the DM board. A lot of times there are four capacitors that go bad inside of these TV sets. Sometimes, depending on how bad the capacitors are, and if the capacitors did not blow out anything else on the Dm board, you can simply replace these four capacitors and this will fix your TV set. The average that this works on is about 65 to 70 % of the sets can be repaired with this fix. The others are power supply issues or the DM board has other issues. If you would like to attempt to repair your TV set, I will send you the instructions on how to do so.  If you do not know how to solder well, do not attempt to replace the capacitors yourself. Pay a pro to do this for you. After all you are already saving a bundle of cash. Leave an e-mail address, and I will forward you the fix with and without the light engine. And if the capacitors inside the board are not swollen on the tops, as the direction shows you what they look like, the capacitors are most likely not your problem.

Good Evening All,

Larry you seem like a life saver!  I also am having a problem with the blinking green light on my Mitsibushi TV model #WD=52725.  We have tried everything.  Unplugges, hit reset, took out bulb, cleaned filer.  

Would you please be so kind to send me the factory service manual also to repair the board.  I am somewhat mechanically inclined and like to fix things.  I also have done soldering for stained glass projects.  If you could also let me know where I could purchase the parts that would be wonderful. 

My husband and I are disappointed in the TV because it is only 3 years old.

You can e-mail the instructions to [email protected] and [email protected]

Thank you so much for all your help, you are a "life saver" 

Maggie Marconis 

  

boom1
Larry Dillon said: If you are

Larry Dillon said: If you are handy, and can solder, you may be able to save about 700 bucks if not more. There is a very common problem with these Mitsubishi TV sets. There is a digital board inside these puppies called the DM board. A lot of times there are four capacitors that go bad inside of these TV sets. Sometimes, depending on how bad the capacitors are, and if the capacitors did not blow out anything else on the Dm board, you can simply replace these four capacitors and this will fix your TV set. The average that this works on is about 65 to 70 % of the sets can be repaired with this fix. The others are power supply issues or the DM board has other issues. If you would like to attempt to repair your TV set, I will send you the instructions on how to do so.  If you do not know how to solder well, do not attempt to replace the capacitors yourself. Pay a pro to do this for you. After all you are already saving a bundle of cash. Leave an e-mail address, and I will forward you the fix with and without the light engine. And if the capacitors inside the board are not swollen on the tops, as the direction shows you what they look like, the capacitors are most likely not your problem.

Good Evening All,

Larry you seem like a life saver!  I also am having a problem with the blinking green light on my Mitsibushi TV model #WD=52725.  We have tried everything.  Unplugges, hit reset, took out bulb, cleaned filer.  

Would you please be so kind to send me the factory service manual also to repair the board.  I am somewhat mechanically inclined and like to fix things.  I also have done soldering for stained glass projects.  If you could also let me know where I could purchase the parts that would be wonderful. 

My husband and I are disappointed in the TV because it is only 3 years old.

You can e-mail the instructions to [email protected] and [email protected]

Thank you so much for all your help, you are a "life saver" 

Maggie Marconis 

  

bob cole
Larry Dillon said: If you

Larry Dillon said: If you are handy, and can solder, you may be able to save about 700 bucks if not more. There is a very common problem with these Mitsubishi TV sets. There is a digital board inside these puppies called the DM board. A lot of times there are four capacitors that go bad inside of these TV sets. Sometimes, depending on how bad the capacitors are, and if the capacitors did not blow out anything else on the Dm board, you can simply replace these four capacitors and this will fix your TV set. The average that this works on is about 65 to 70 % of the sets can be repaired with this fix. The others are power supply issues or the DM board has other issues. If you would like to attempt to repair your TV set, I will send you the instructions on how to do so.  If you do not know how to solder well, do not attempt to replace the capacitors yourself. Pay a pro to do this for you. After all you are already saving a bundle of cash. Leave an e-mail address, and I will forward you the fix with and without the light engine. And if the capacitors inside the board are not swollen on the tops, as the direction shows you what they look like, the capacitors are most likely not your problem.

bob cole
khue said: Larry Dillon

khue said:

Larry Dillon said: If you are handy, and can solder, you may be able to save about 700 bucks if not more. There is a very common problem with these Mitsubishi TV sets. There is a digital board inside these puppies called the DM board. A lot of times there are four capacitors that go bad inside of these TV sets. Sometimes, depending on how bad the capacitors are, and if the capacitors did not blow out anything else on the Dm board, you can simply replace these four capacitors and this will fix your TV set. The average that this works on is about 65 to 70 % of the sets can be repaired with this fix. The others are power supply issues or the DM board has other issues. If you would like to attempt to repair your TV set, I will send you the instructions on how to do so.  If you do not know how to solder well, do not attempt to replace the capacitors yourself. Pay a pro to do this for you. After all you are already saving a bundle of cash. Leave an e-mail address, and I will forward you the fix with and without the light engine. And if the capacitors inside the board are not swollen on the tops, as the direction shows you what they look like, the capacitors are most likely not your problem.

Larry, I've got a WS-65869 with this blinking green light problem. I did replace new PWB-E2p DM Assembly, but not help. Can I get a copy of this manual how to fix this symtom? Thanks.

Ryan.

Please Email me at: [email protected]

steve s
Larry:

Larry:

I have a WS-55511 with the same DM problem.  Can you send me the instructions too?

My Email is:

[email protected] 

Thanks!

boom1
Larry,

Larry,

I have a Mitshubshi WD-52725 TV and have the same problem with the blinking green light.

I would really appreciate it if you would send me the repair manual also.  I can be reached at [email protected] or [email protected]

Also do you know where I could purchase the DM board that I would need or the items needed to be solder on the board?

Thank you so much 

Maggie Marconis

Larry Dillon
I just sent it to all who

I just sent it to all who asked from this point. Good Luck.

Rick26
Hello Larry, I have a

Hello Larry, I have a Mitsubishi WD-62725. At first I did not have the exact symptoms. The tv would have issues were it would have some distortion and turn off with fast blinking light. Today it turned off and the green timer light is continuing to go, and not stopping. I would like to receive the instructions on fixing this issue. My email address is [email protected]. Thanks for your assistance. Matt Cunningham

SpecEd
Hello Larry, My mits big

Hello Larry, My mits big screen has failed the old flashing green light.  Could you please send me the info.  Thanks for the help.  [email protected]

Larry Dillon
Matt and Mark, I have sent

Matt and Mark, I have sent the documents plus the two different service manauls for both of the TV sets that were mentioned here.

Wayne
hi, working on this problem

hi, working on this problem for a WD-52725.  I already have the V26 service manual and chassis replacement manual but would like any additional information you may have on the remainder of the fix.   Thanks, Collin.  techlore_aT_pub_dot_collin_dot_org 

ldodger81
WE ARE HAVING THE SAME ISSUE

WE ARE HAVING THE SAME ISSUE WITH OUR TV PLEASE SEND US THE REPAIR MANUAL FOR OUR MITSUBSHI WS65513 [email protected] IT WOULD BE GREATLY APPERCIATED

Larry Dillon
Kimbrough24, do you know how

Kimbrough24, do you know how to ask for something without shouting. Do you not yet know Internet etiquette?

ldodger81
Larry Dillon said:

Larry Dillon said: Kimbrough24, do you know how to ask for something without shouting. Do you not yet know Internet etiquette?

IM VERY SORRY JUST HAVENT HAD TV FOR THE LAS WEEK

ldodger81
kimbrough24 said: Larry

kimbrough24 said:

Larry Dillon said: Kimbrough24, do you know how to ask for something without shouting. Do you not yet know Internet etiquette?

IM VERY SORRY JUST HAVENT HAD TV FOR THE LAS WEEK

LARRY PLEASE FORGIVE ME I JUST DONT KNOW WHAT TO DO IT SEEMS THAT YOUVE HELPED SO MANY AND I REALLY NEED YOUR HELP TO I REALLY DIDNT MEAN TO SHOUT

Larry Dillon
Your still shouting man! Take

Your still shouting man! Take off your cap lock!

ldodger81
Larry Dillon said: Your still

Larry Dillon said: Your still shouting man! Take off your cap lock!

okay im very sorry its my first time doing anything like this im very very sorry thank you so much jessica

ldodger81
kimbrough24 said: Larry

kimbrough24 said:

Larry Dillon said: Your still shouting man! Take off your cap lock!

okay im very sorry its my first time doing anything like this im very very sorry thank you so much jessica

please i really need your help to fix my tv with the blinking green light

Hey Larry Just currious on

Hey Larry Just currious on this problem... Still undergoing my others...but

Any Clue on a  45 inch rear projection mitsubishi that leaked coolant on to the signal board & now the darn thing won't even come on. Any clue on this Project?

Or ...?

Also I am getting a 2-1 fault code on this 46 inch Mitsu projection tv. It is for an x-ray protect mode. This problem could be the high voltage circuit, the horizontal sweep or drive circuit, bad capacitors in the power supply or the sweep supply, or the regulation in the main power supply. Do you think that this DM board will fix This TV?

Larry Dillon
No, the DM board will not

No, the DM board will not cause the 21 code.

Wayne
cko said: hi, working on

cko said: hi, working on this problem for a WD-52725.  I already have the V26 service manual and chassis replacement manual but would like any additional information you may have on the remainder of the fix.   Thanks, Collin.  techlore_aT_pub_dot_collin_dot_org 

Larry, could you please send me the fix document? My email address is above but just replace the _underscore_ parts with the appropriate characters. Thanks.

Any Clue on a  45 inch rear

Any Clue on a  45 inch rear projection mitsubishi that leaked coolant on to the signal board & now the darn thing won't even come on. Any clue on this Project?

Just Curious why you would

Just Curious why you would think I would get  a 2-1 fault code on this 46 inch Mitsu projection tv. It is for an x-ray protect mode. This problem could be the high voltage circuit, the horizontal sweep or drive circuit, bad capacitors in the power supply or the sweep supply, or the regulation in the main power supply.

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