Question about Philips 32PT9100D 32" TV
My philips tv sometimes turns off at random times. Before it would shut off. the color of the screen would get lighter, almost whitish, and then would shut off. when i try to turn it back on, the green light by the power button (bottom left) would blink green like 3 times. the only solution is to unplug the tv and then turn it back on. also the color on the tv would change. for example when i play the video game Madden nfl on it, the green grass would be dark, almost black, and would randomly change back to green. Thank you very much.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is going to sound stupid, but I have a 42" Philips plasma that'd been having the same problem lately. Eventually, I checked the power cord--have you ever noticed that the cord just hangs straight down from the bottom of the set? My guess is that over time, it slowly gets loosened by gravity, just a bit, so you get a fluttery power connection. Anyway, it didn't feel loose, but I pushed the power cord in as hard as I could, and I haven't had a problem since.
Posted on Dec 14, 2007
had same problem. update tv software with a usb drive. do not take the tv apart. its easy download to computer unzip to usb drive and put drive in right side of tvs usb slot with power off, then turn power on, you should get an update screen.
did not work for me the first time i had to format usb drive to fat (not fat32) and then unziped to the drive took 10 minutes to update. I have tv 60PP9200D/37
Posted on Apr 28, 2008
There is a component in the power supply or one of the scan amplifiers that is going off value, and thus causing a protect or shutdown condition.
Take the set back for warranty service, or have it serviced if it is out of warranty. This is not something you will be able to fix yourself.
Posted on Sep 27, 2008
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