Mitsubishi xx311

Mitsubishi xx311

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    Hi all,

    Received a request for a Mits WSA65 which is also a v20 in a different cabinet which also corresponds to the xx311 or xx411. Anyone have the SM access code and any tips for aligning geometry/overscan for this TV? I looked in the SM access thread and did not see this one specified.


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    Gregg Loewen

    this is a crt model ?


    Yep, you are correct Gregg, it is a CRT.

    Gregg Loewen

    so the 65311?
    let me look

    Gregg Loewen

    Mits Service stuff
    xx315: 0357 0359
    xxx15: 2457 2459 (xx515, xx615, xx815)
    xx525, xx725, xx825: 2457 (2470 sub menu)
    To access the service menus for each model, using your remote, press “Menu” then the code for your model:

    Model Video Geometry

    XXX03 2357 2359

    XXX05 1257 1259

    XXX07 8257 8259

    XXX08 8257 8259

    XXXX9 0157 0159

    XXX11 2257 2259 without integrated tuner
    2157 2159 with integrated HD tuner

    XXX13 0357 0359 with or without integrated tuner

    The above models designate the year by removing XXX and adding the first three numbers from your model, e.g. – XXX13 could be 65613, 65413, etc.

    Gregg Loewen

    so it look like:

    XXX11 2257 2259 [/font]
    hit the menu then 2257 [/font]
    hit the enter button to save (this will take a few seconds).[/font]
    geometry and convergence is the same with all mits. [/font]
    You may have to do the horizontal positioning in 2257 and then the others in 2259 (convergence). You generally control positioning by moving the green convergence in coarse mode. [/font]
    I would not recommend doing a lot of resizing on this display. It will have burn in by now (raster burn) so you may see burn lines if you resize.[/font]
    Also careful with moving the image around (and also resize). These sets are notorious for convergence IC problems….you are just asking for problems if you do (as this will stress the ICs).

    remember that a good cleaning will do wonders (mirror, top and bottom of the lense) and also the crt face.[/font]

    Good luck!!


    Thanks Gregg!

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