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Mitsubishi model WD-52725 has a fast blinking timer light on constantly and tv will not power up. Tried unplugging and resetting with no success. Now What?


It sounds like you need to replace the lamp for your TV unit. Also don't forget to replace the lamp use hours timer otherwise the TV unit will not recognize a new lamp has been installed. I hope this helps. Good luck.

Sep 17, 2010 | Mitsubishi WD-52725 52". Rear Projection...

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Mitsubishi vs-50609 green timer light comes on no


Unplug the tv and leave it unplugged for a couple hours. Plug tv back in press reset button. TV led may flash for a day but should come on. I did this last night to mine and it came on at 11am today.

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Mitsubishi DLP, green blinking timer light, tv won't come on,


This Chassis has been known for a slew of Capacitors failing throughout many of the Circuit Boards. The best way in my opinion to fix the set is to send the Chassis Assy to Mitsubishi for them to rebuild it. Some folks have has some success in replacing the bad Capacitors in the Power Supply, the DM Board, and the Format Board to get the set to turn on. These Capacitors are identifiable because the tops of them are bulging up.
It is a difficult set to work on and disassemble, this is Mitsubishi's Customer Service Number in case you need assistance. 1800-332-2119
I hope this helps,
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Have a 52 inch Mitsubishi TV. Just replaced the


Call Mitsubishi the chassis needs to be rebuilt on this set they have been paying for the parts but you will have to pay the labor.

Oct 13, 2009 | Mitsubishi WD-52725 52". Rear Projection...

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My Mitsubishi tv has a timer light that is green and has been blinking and have not yet turn on, if you can help please send me a pic of the dm board and the capacity module that i have to solder


the digital module is bad, it costs about $800 for the part alone and sometimes other boards go bad along with it, this is the absolute hardest tv to service, no way you will be able to tear this thing down to even get to the digital module. you need a qualified tv repairman and alot of money to fix this.

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My Device button once pushed will shut off the TV.


Mitsubishi can help with problem call 1-800-332-2119 your DM chassis has gone bad find a authorized servicer in your area. Call Mitsubishi first

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Mitsubishi Model WD-52725 timer green light blinking fast


My Mitsubishi WD52725 will not turn on...the timer light is blinking. We pushed the reset button, unplugged tv. Just got off the phone with Mitsubishi customer "service." After answering numerous personal questions, and being on hold for several minutes, I was told that the only solution was to push the reset button. Duh! We'd done that several times with no change, which is why I called them! BIG WASTE OF TIME!!!!

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Mitsubishi VS-50501 TV turns off by itself


First check see if timer is set to come on by going throu the menu. If not then check Service Menu by pressing Menu2357 and check in there for timer on or off

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