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I have a phillips 60pp935217 tv. The picture is perfect except it has no green. removed the back and saw the left and right (red and blue) lenses were working, but there was no light coming from the center (green lens). Is the CRT the most likely problem and if so what is the part number for it? I looked around inside and didn't see any other obvious problems. Thank you in advance for your help.

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I will say that you probably still have the clear liquid (Glycol) still on the board. I recommend cleaning with a degreaser spray and brush it off with a clean 1inch paint brush. You can get the spray at Radio Shack The glycol is hard to remove and is conductive to electricity.

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Phillips have been known for the coolant to get contaminated especially in the blue CRT. it congeals and your picture will become hazy and out of focus.This is something you an do yourself. If youre careful. If you would like instructions on how to do this proceedure. Let me know.

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They should be STK392-120 but check the numbers on yours to be positive. They are located on the extreme left of the chassis looking inside the back panel mounted on a heat sink. They will have STK Numbers stamped on them. Yes you should change both of them they cost 10.00 each at electronix.com You will need heat sink compound as well but this is better purchased at Radio Shack 2.00 per tube. Put a good coat of Heat sink compound on the back side of the new ICs. Also check over the resistors on the board next to the ICs sometimes 1 or 2 of those burn when the Cs go out. Let me know if you need anything further

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you need 2 Convergence ICs STK392-120 you can get them at this link and they provide free step by step instructions with free tech support so you can do the repairs yourself.
http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/

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SOURCE: picture color - it is a blue and green picture- no other color- looks artificial

update your tv with a usb drive. worked on my phillips 60PP9200D/37. get update at phillips web site. solves many problems

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