Mitsubishi DLP WD-52628


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Username: Emilywaters32

Post Number: 1
Registered: May-11
I have a 2005 Mitsubishi WD-52628 that I replaced the bulb on for the first time about a week ago. I completed a bulb reset per the instructions, and the TV worked completely fine until yesterday.

Yesterday, when the TV was turned on, it only showed a gray fuzz screen with static noise. I attempted to access the menu, but the buttons on the TV and remote were unresponsive. The TV then switched to a blue screen and turned off within 10 seconds. The green bulb light also started flashing as the TV turned off and continued to flash for approximately 2 minutes. I have no idea what the issue is, and I am hoping there are some savvy posters who can offer some advice.

I have also already attempted a system reset and have attempted to get an error code by holding menu and enter in. No code appeared, and the reset did not fix the issue.

Thank you all!

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Username: Magfan


Post Number: 2358
Registered: Oct-07
Try unplugging the set and let it be for at least and hour.
While you are waiting, unplug and RESEAT the lamp.
IF you bought a bare lamp and used the original housing, you'll need to check to connections, too....the ones you reinstalled when changin the bulb into the old housing.
IF just the lamp in a new housing? Just unplug and reseat firmly. Make sure the plug (electrical part) gets seated firmly.

My RPTV quit on me one day within a couple weeks of me pulling the lamp to inspect and vacuum......a reseat fixed until it died a natural death.

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Username: Katoaz

Post Number: 1
Registered: Jun-12
RE:Emilywaters32 post. Hello there. I have this same issue and hav been searching many links and seen many solutions. I would like to ask if this solution worked in your case?
Shout out to Magfan. I have just read this post and think you may be spot on. My conditions are the same with the new lamp. I willl also try looking for the basics like poor connections. I have trouble shooted car electricals and know bad connections cause problems but I didn't think of that here too.
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