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HTS3400 My phillips system isn't working anymore. The standby light keeps blinking red and clicking. How did you fix this? I'd really appreciate any help. thanks

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  • Anonymous Sep 23, 2008

    unit was moved now standby flashes and clicks unit won't power up.

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SOURCE: Phillips HTS3400 blinking red light

there is a capacitor on the power supply that has gone bad, it is a 1000 mf 16v cap and you will notice the top is bulged up a little bit. there are three in a row and this is the center one. Radio shack replacement part for $1.73 and you are back in business. Tim

Posted on Jan 14, 2009

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SOURCE: STANDBY LIGHT KEEPS BLINKING

Unplug the power cord, wait for 5 minutes, plug the power cord back in and try to operate the unit.

If this does not work, you will have to get a technician to look at it for you.


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Posted on Feb 28, 2009

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SOURCE: No sound, no video.

There are several cuase to this issue one being the power supply unit not providing power to the rest of the tv because of a blown capacitor or a resister gone bad. It look like you did some investigation and I can apprciate that but I been around for 20 plus years in this field to know a little more then a back yard fresh out of school tech not saying you are such but however if your the type of person that could repair this your going to need a OHM meter to check current SCHEMATICS to check how much current al you going to need to know about LOGIC BOARDS these will require some know how as well but check the PSU and RCT... Rulds2008 please rate me!

Posted on May 14, 2009

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SOURCE: my soundbar (Phillips hts8100) freezes on low pwr standby.

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i have also same problem, by that time i am pressing tv/ disc button then it should be okay

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