Question about Mitsubishi WD-62531 Projection Television
My tv has a yellow hue over half if the center of the screen. It has been this way for some time now. I changed the lamp today and it did not fix that part of the problem. What do I need to do to repair the problem? Is there something I can clean to correct it?
Not a cleaning issue.
The lamp shines into a OPTICAL LIGHT ENGINE, which has a series of lens and baffles---blue is the first part of the engine to get that light and heat---in your case the blue area is damaged from the heat----minus blue equals yellow.
The entire engine would have to be replaced--not a cheap part--Google the model number with "light engine" to get an idea of cost.
May be time to either use it as is or ?
Posted on May 27, 2012
Dm board on the light engine or the color wheel also a part in it there kind of a pita to change them
Posted on Sep 16, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it sounds like if your tv is a dlp the colorwhele is stuck
probibly because a after market or faulty bulb has melted it
get serviced imedietly
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
SOURCE: The picture of my 51
It seems the problem you refered is quite complicated if you are not qualified technican. It needs full servicing of main board, including all the heated areas on board.You will need a soldering iron, and a multimeter to test the components, such as resistors on CRT socket board. The yellowish colour is caused by dry joints, (a common fault causing components to shake from its soldered base by heat). Resolder the main board and test the resistors on the CRT socket board for defective ones, change it. If you think you are qualified for this, give it a try or else consult a technican. thanks
Posted on May 15, 2010
SOURCE: WD-62531 fan
If the fans aren't operating then the set shouldn't stay on or even turn on. If its the main lamp exhaust fan then you are looking for part number 299P288010. They are relatively easy to replace as they only have a 3 pin connector that will plug into the main board or the power supply. Verify its that fan and as always if you replace it yourself make sure the set is unplugged. Once replaced the back will have to be re-installed or the set will not work as it has a safety switch that detects when the lamp door is off and on.
Posted on Jun 29, 2010
It's on the back of the tv, located on the left while facing the back. There are 2 screws holding the lamp cover and 2 more holding the lamp.
Posted on Sep 22, 2010
i have a mitsubishi wd-62531 modle i replaced the buib with a phillips bulb wich the salesman says that my old bulb crosses over too now the picture seems to be to dark....could the bulb be not bight enough
Posted on May 11, 2011
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