Model #WS-55809 MITSUBISHI Projection/Digital 42" and above TV

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Thank you for contacting SearsPartsDirect.com with your questions about your television. I am so sorry you are having problems with it. I know the TV is a key component in our daily lives and know you want to get it working quickly. In this case I recommend you have this tested and repaired by a qualified technician. Internal components of the TV can retain dangerous high electrical charges even when the TV is disconnected from the power supply.

Here at SearsPartsDirect.com, we love to help you with your home repairs but in this case, for your safety, we recommend you have the TV serviced. If you would like a Sears technician to complete the repair, you can set up service at www.SearsHomeServices.com or by calling 1-800-469-4663.

Thank you for your understanding in this matter. I hope we can help you with any future repairs. Thank you for choosing Sears, we appreciate your business.

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
July 26, 2014
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What can cause a TV to have a loud pop then the screen goes blank?

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A "pop" could be be a high voltage arc. That could mean a repair that costs a few hundred dollars or a repair that involves a cost worth more than the TV. I think that since you will be repairing a TV whose CRT tubes are close to 9 years old that you will never get the same quality of picture you did out of the box on a technology that could never compete with flat panels to begin with. To get an accurate idea of what is needed to fix your set contact a local service provider or Sears which will have diagnostic fees dependent on where you live.

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David A. - Personal Solutions Manager -
Sears Technician
March 09, 2010
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How do I change the red picture tube of my projection TV?

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The part number for the tube can be found at this link here .

This is a labor intensive job, the CRT board, yoke and high voltage lead must be removed then the tube is disassembled from the light box. A new tube is installed and aligned. I do not recommend this job for someone with little experience doing it. The dangerous part is the high voltage lead which can be painful and even fatal when turned off if not discharged. The difficult part is the alignment. Not only does the geometry need to be adjusted, but the intensity of the red. Remember that the tube is newer than the other two but you still need them equal in order to achieve a good white. If you cannot get a satisfactory balance of the colors (white balance) the other two might need to be changed as well. I personally would not recommend this job to someone inexperienced and I would weigh out the cost of the repair to the value of the TV.

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David A. - Personal Solutions Manager -
Sears Technician
May 05, 2009

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