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  • Reply to: Mitsubishi WS-65513 green blinking light & no power   3 months 2 weeks ago
    Hi All~ If LARRY DILLON or anyone has a repair suggestion PLEASE HELP!  Our Mitsubishi WS 65611 has started intermitently turning itself off with no rhyme or reason as to when or how often it happens per day. When it shuts itself off there is a popping sound and in a second or two the green indicator light starts flashing. Once the green light stops flashing the green light goes out and then the TV can be turned on again and the picture comes back on. We do not want to trash this TV and are hoping to fix it ourselves if anyone has a repair suggestion. Happy New Year!  Many Thanks!
  • Reply to: Mitsubishi WS-65513 green blinking light & no power   1 year 3 months ago
    I have a WS65513 with blinking light that I'm going to attempt replacing the DM board caps. Is there anything else I should look at replacing while I'm in it ? Could anyone e-mail me instructions & any helpful info. on this set ? I also have a WS73615 that works fine But recently has a gitter in the bottom half of the screen. All channels, All the time. You can see it in any vertical lettering on the lower half of the screen the most. Something must be going bad, But what / Any Ideas ? Thanks ! Robert McD. [email protected]
  • Reply to: JVC Stuck in Standby   2 years 5 months ago
    My 32" TV, 2 years old, now permanently stauck in stand-by. Powered off for days, changed remote batteries, tested every button. No use. Very bad - any help greatly appreciated, Thanks Jon  
  • Reply to: temporary picture loss 55" LG LCD t.v.   2 years 6 months ago
    I don't know what sort of fireplace you have. In any case, there is definately a lawful leeway constrain around the opening for burnable materials. Check with your nearby construction regulations or producer in the event that you have one of those "embed" kinds of chimneys. guide   A wood mantle will act a warmth shield. Despite the fact that wood consumes regardless it goes about as a separator so it ought to be sufficent to square a large portion of the warmth. Be that as it may, it additionally must be a sure separation far from the opening.    I don't know whether you have a brick work or "embed" type, contingent upon sort will decide how far from the opening the mantle should be.    You may need to move the TV higher after the mantle is introduced, do some estimating first before settling on a choice in light of the fact that the TV may wind up near the roof, or may not fit by any stretch of the imagination.    In general I think the TV is excessively near the opening, so think about a movement if conceivable.    I've included hearth clearances from 2003 that you can use to decide whether introducing a mantle is attainable. If you don't mind utilize these just as a guide, check your neighborhood codes to get the correct separation required. Be that as it may, those should adequate to perceive how much more distant up the divider the TV may need to moved.
 

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