Question about Philips Televison & Video
Had the same problem with mine, so I took it apart and it turned out to be the internal Gears, they reach the max stop position and they jam up. You need to loosen the 4 main bolts, the bigger ones inside, just loosen them up enough to rotate the base by hand. At the same time they are loose and turning the base, you need to retighten them little by little. I found this centers and loosens the rotor base again. It worked for a year and a half, but then jammed up again. This time, it was the ball bearing just below the Gear cover. So I replaced it... had a hard time finding the little ******, but I did and it works fine so far. So you should be ok with just loosening it for now. Good Luck!!
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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