Question about Philips 9P5034C 50" Rear Projection Television
Posted by Anonymous on
It is probably something as simple as a bad electrolytic capacitor in the vertical output circuit. if you are handy with a soldering iron, you can change it yourself for less that $10. If not, check with your local repair shop for an estimate and make the decision on repair or replace based upon the cost of each. Panasonics are usually a very reliable set and if it is good shape otherwise, it is probably worth getting repaired. Incidentally, continuing to operate the set in this condition will blow the vertical IC and add to your expenses.
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