Question about Philips 27PT6441 27" TV
It sounds like to have a problem in the video circuit or the Hi voltage circuit. If you know how to fi8x electronbics then get a meter and monitor the b+ on the crt drivewr transistors. See my point . WQe cant tell you exactly what the problem is and teach you how to read a circuit diagram, and to solder. These sets have a high voltage in them even when they are unplugged so you shouldnt really touch these puppys as there are no user serviceable parts inside these sets and should only be done by a quilifyed service tech!! If its only 4 to 5 months old there should be a warranty on the set so you shouldnt touch it as well just for that reason. You should be looking up in the owners manual for a servicer or # to call to find one to fix it under the warrantee. good Luck
Posted on Jun 14, 2006
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