Question about Philips 20PT643R 20" TV
Im having more than 95 volts on the line regulator of the TV and the LED is lighting when I switch on the supply.
Your TV will probably not work on 95 volts. It may even damage your set. To see if your TV is still working properly you need to find a source of 108 volts at the minimum. Why is your voltage so low? Are you using a meter to check it?
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
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