Mitsubishi WS-65813 Blinking Green Light

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JoD
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It is two days before

It is two days before Christmas and we have the Mitsubishi green blinking light problem! My husband is very handy and wants to try the capacitor repair that you describe. Could you please send the service manual for the WS 65813? Many thanks!

JoD
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Please send the WS 65813

Please send the WS 65813 service manual to [email protected]. Thanks Larry!

rnobles
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Larry,  I have a WS-65611 and

Larry,  I have a WS-65611 and the same blinking light problem.  Could I get a copy of the repair instructions as well?  Many thanks,

robert

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Altitudeap
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Larry,

Larry,

What a great site.  I am also having the blinking light thing going on with my 55615.  Is it possible i can get some instructions from you on how to fix the DM board?

Altitudeap
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Larry,

Larry,

What a great site.  I am also having the blinking light thing going on with my 55615.  Is it possible i can get some instructions from you on how to fix the DM board?

jcashman
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Larry, I have a 65513 with

Larry, I have a 65513 with the same problem green light flashing could you please send me the instructions.

Thanks

John

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hispeed
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Larry,

Larry,

 I'm sorry I forgot to give you me email address.  It is [email protected]

Thank you 

monty0620
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Speed said: Larry, I now have

Speed said: Larry, I now have the Mitsubishi WS-65813 television up and running. The "blinking green light" issue has been resolved. Lesson Learned: For your information and others, after replacing the 4 capacitors on the DM Module, I slid the DM circuit board back into the metal DM case and then inserted the entire unit into the main circuit board. This was working in the "blind" as it was impossible to verify a proper seat of the DM circuit board onto the mother board.  The blinking green light was still present upon power-up of the TV. I again removed the DM module from the TV and this time I re-installed the DM circuit board onto the main mother board and THEN installed the DM metal case over the top of the circuit board. By doing this, I was able to ensure a proper connection of the DM board. Upon power-up the TV is UP and RUNNING. Thank you for your assistance. Speed

Speed,

I could use some help with my TV, it appears I have the same issue you were dealing with.  Anything you can do to help would be great.

 

Monty

email is [email protected]

Larry Dillon
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To thoise who left an e-mail

To thoise who left an e-mail address, I will be sending out the information anf the repair documents later this evening. Good Luck with the repair.

Altitudeap
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sorry for not leaving an

sorry for not leaving an email.  Lets use [email protected]

Larry Dillon
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Ok man, I will be adding you

Ok man, I will be adding you to the list of what's going out tonight. Good Luck with the repair.

Larry Dillon
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Monty thanks for the feedback

Monty thanks for the feedback but if you have read any of the past threads, I have told people a thousand times to double and triple check the connections on the main board where the DM mounts. I cannot count how many folks have though their TV set was not repaired after they replaced the DM board and found out a little after that they seated the DM into the main board incorrectly. I appreciate the feedback man, but really nothing new. Congrats on your repair though.

monty0620
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hispeed said: Larry,  I'm

hispeed said: Larry,  I'm sorry I forgot to give you me email address.  It is [email protected].  Thank you 

Hispeed,

I too ran into this problem just yesterday morning.  I am really dissapointed as this unit is just under 4 years old. 

If you would not mind passing along the service manual as you receive it that would be great. 

email is: [email protected]

Larry Dillon
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Monty, I have sent you the

Monty, I have sent you the information you will need to do the repair of the DM board. Good Luck

liz
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Larry, I also have a WS65815

Larry, I also have a WS65815 with a green blinking light. Could you send me the instructions to replace these capacitors? This is my 3rd 65" Mitsu. The first one I had went bad and I took it to the authorized service center and 2 months later Mitsu replaced the set. One of the guns was leaking on to the circuit board. I bought this one cheap and then this happened. I would like to try and fix it myself. Thanks for your help.

Mark

Larry Dillon
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Mark, are you sure of the

Mark, are you sure of the model number man? What is the symptom of this set. What's it doing or not doing?

liz
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Larry, Typo on the model

Larry, Typo on the model number it is WS65813. It's not doing anything just the flashing green light. I've tried to reset it and power it down but nothing works still green flashing power light.

Larry Dillon
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 Mark, to where could I send

 Mark, to where could I send these directions with pictures as well as the service manual. Your e-mail would be great, as my crystal ball is in the shop.

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Larry, You're obviously doing

Larry, You're obviously doing a fantastic job. I also have the same on-going flashing green light problem with no picture, after repeated efforts to use the reset button concerning my Mitsubishi WS65813. Please send me all of the helpful information necessary for an amateur like me to hopefully fix this problem. Thanks and best wishes fo a very happy new year. Sincerely, Mickey. My email address is: [email protected]

liz
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Larry, I thought you might

Larry, I thought you might need that information but twice now I've forgot to include it.

[email protected]

Thanks again for your help,

Mark

Larry Dillon
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MJM7 and Mark, I will be

MJM7 and Mark, I will be sending out the info you need to do the repair of your TV set. Good Luck and have a Happy New Year!

HiTekBill
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Hi Larry,

Hi Larry,

I have recieved the manual & instructions for my TV from you, thank you. I have a Mitsubishi WD-62825. Ok where do I start...I have replaced 4 caps (3 were bad) in the power supply board, replaced 4 caps (1 was bad) in the DM board, replaced 4 caps (3 were bad) in the FMT board. All caps were replaced with 25v 105c. I'm going to check fuses in the power supply board. Any suggestions on what to check next? I still have the continuous blinking light.

Thanks,

Bill

Larry Dillon
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If the light does not go out

If the light does not go out you still have an issue with the DM board. Did you check the small white surface mounted fuses inside of the DM board yet? I do not remember if this model, the DM board, plugs into a board at the bottom where the DM is mounted. If it does, double check that the DM is plugged into the mother board all the way. Also in the power supply, there are two small fuses marked F9A02 and F9A03. Check those and replace them if they are open.

Ray Bryan
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Larry,

Larry,

I also have a Mitsubishi WS-65813 with the blinking light problem.  I was gone for a few days, and when I returned home, I had the blinking light.  I tried the system reset and nothing.  Could you please send me the manual & instructions for fixing this issue.

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Thanks,

Ray

norbest123
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Larry,

Larry,

 My WS-55613 contracted the blinking green light of death today. Could you send me the manual and instructions so I can cure it? Thanks, [email protected]

Larry Dillon
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norbest and Ray, I will be

norbest and Ray, I will be sending you out the documents and the service manualk soon. Good Luck with this repair. Happy New Year!

TV_Chef
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Larry Dillon said: norbest

Larry Dillon said: norbest and Ray, I will be sending you out the documents and the service manualk soon. Good Luck with this repair. Happy New Year!

HI Larry,

You are doing a GREAT community service here!  I have a WS-55615 with the infamous "BLINKING GREEN LIGHT OF DEATH" and my set is only three years old.  I do not have a manual but I changed the four 1000uF 15vdc capacitors and the set does not power up and still has the blinking green light.  I checked the capacators that were removed with a FLuke 79 on the capacitor check function and thay all are between 989uF and 1078 uf.  This leads me to believe the capacitors were good and this was just a part replacement excercise. I also checked all fuses on the power supply board and they are all good.  The SMD fuse on the back of the DM board also checked good.

I am at a loss on where to go from here.  Your expert assistance would be greatly appreciated.  I keep being told that my DM module is defective and contacting Mitsubishi has been fruitless.  They won't releases a DM module when ordered from service unless the set is in an authorized service shop and the tech calls Mits tech support and performs troubleshooting while on the phone with the Mits tech.

Thank you!

TV_Chef  - email: [email protected]

norbest123
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Larry,

Larry,

Thank you for your help

Graham Matthews
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Larry,

Larry,

I just got home from vacation, plugged in my WE 65813, and am getting the same blinking green light that so many others are describing.

Please send the documentation that will help to replace caps and revive my home theater.

My Email is [email protected] 

Thank you, Thank you!

Armomor

Larry Dillon
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Chef, look at the small fuse

Chef, look at the small fuse in the power supply. They will be marked with F9A02 through F9A05.

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