Question about Philips 27PT6441 27" TV
You said that you could send a diagram of the capacitors you replaced. My tvs been having the same line problem. It seems from the other posters that it is the 10u, 100v electrolytic that's the problem and that by replacing it with a 10u, 250v it can prevent it from going bad in the future. I'm not sure what your thoughts on that are, but any help you can give would be great. I'm only working with a fairly basic knowledge of electronics.
anyway thanks a lot
This indicates that your verticle is gone and it has only three major problems
a verticle ic might go faulty or a capacitor drying up
or awire on the scanner coil is out, for verticle
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
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