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My Mitsubishi 62827 needs the light engine rebuilt/repaired.
anyone know of a good company that does them ?

found these guys......anyone know about them ?
http://www.moduslinkptstvboards.com/repairandreturn.aspx

Have had my Mitsubishi WD-62827 DLP near 7 years now,new Lamp and a mirror & lens cleaning last year and she's like new again. sweet and she has over 27,000 hours now

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no one with a personal experience of getting one rebuilt/repaired.

Have had my Mitsubishi WD-62827 DLP near 7 years now,new Lamp and a mirror & lens cleaning last year and she's like new again. sweet and she has over 27,000 hours now

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My Mitsubishi 62827 needs the light engine rebuilt/repaired.
anyone know of a good company that does them ?

found these guys......anyone know about them ?
http://www.moduslinkptstvboards.com/repairandreturn.aspx
had them rebuild it and it works like new.
it was not the trouble with the set.
read below

http://www.avsforum.com/t/581433/the-official-mitsubishi-1080p-dlp-owners-thread/5370#post_23095975

Have had my Mitsubishi WD-62827 DLP near 7 years now,new Lamp and a mirror & lens cleaning last year and she's like new again. sweet and she has over 27,000 hours now

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Ballast communication, code 57 on a WD-57732 Mitsubishi. This set refuses to power on after plugging back in and letting the green light stop flashing. I bought a ballast board and a lamp, and replaced them both still no pic. I have been reading these blogs for weeks and am at a loss as to what repair to try next. Cap replacement, Ic replacement ballast board repair, remove the LE1 connection????? If anyone has overcome this/these problem(s) with a WD-Y57, WD-Y65,WD-57732, WD-65732, WD-73732, on a 33 chassis, or any similar system and got their TV back up and running I would love to hear from you. The TV is currently apart as I am trying to list each Cap so I am able to put in a order to Digi-Key. I went to ; help @ tv repair kits dot com; and Ed let me know that they did not have any Cap repair kits for a WD-57732 Mits. So I have come here to look for some badly needed help. Thank you all in advance for your help and hours of sweat and anguish over the repairs you have preformed and finessed out of your TVs, Thanks again
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I have a laservue how does one clean the dust off after replacing the DLP chip ..Not on the chip either .
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Ballast communication, code 57 on a WD-57732 Mitsubishi. This set refuses to power on after plugging back in and letting the green light stop flashing. I bought a ballast board and a lamp, and replaced them both still no pic. I have been reading these blogs for weeks and am at a loss as to what repair to try next. Cap replacement, Ic replacement ballast board repair, remove the LE1 connection????? If anyone has overcome this/these problem(s) with a WD-Y57, WD-Y65,WD-57732, WD-65732, WD-73732, on a 33 chassis, or any similar system and got their TV back up and running I would love to hear from you. The TV is currently apart as I am trying to list each Cap so I am able to put in a order to Digi-Key. I went to ; help @ tv repair kits dot com; and Ed let me know that they did not have any Cap repair kits for a WD-57732 Mits. So I have come here to look for some badly needed help. Thank you all in advance for your help and hours of sweat and anguish over the repairs you have preformed and finessed out of your TVs, Thanks again
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Mitsubishi out of TV business better buy extra parts if you can find them .
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