Question about Philips Televison & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it is a 5amp fuse but it's a time lag fuse, i.e it wont blow when you hive a minor power spike so you might find that a normal replacemnt fuse kepps blowing
Posted on Mar 06, 2008
change the backlight (cold cathode light) on your monitor.. If you are able to open the back of your lcd monitor carefully, the backlights are located at the upper and the lower part of the edge .. replace it with conventional cold cathode lights(protective tube was removed)... there are also instances that backlight was good but the ballast transformer is burnt. Replace the ballast. Its very cheap to replace that.
Posted on May 18, 2010
SOURCE: cant find audio out jacks
This TV has a headphone jack on the side (above the Side AV input), a digital audio output (SPDIF) in the main input/output panel (bottom facing down) and two pairs of +/- terminals for right and left speakers. The terminals are to the left of the power cord. The SPDIF port is between the PC in and the AV3 in.
The terminals are used for directly wired speakers. Usually these have a pair of flat wire cables and the ends may have different color insulation (red, black, white, white/black striped).
If the speaker bar uses RCA inputs then get a 3.5 mm (M) to RCA (2 female) adapter for use with an RCA audio cable or an audio cable with 3.5 mm M on one end and 2 RCA plugs on the other. Plug the 3.5 mm end into the headphone jack of the TV. If you use the headphone jack, the TV speakers will probably turn off automatically. For the other audio options, you will need to enter the menus to adjust the settings. Press Menu and then go to Sound for speakers attached to the terminals. Digital Audio is adjusted from the Installation Menu then go to the Source Menu.
If the sound bar has a digital audio input, you should use that SPDIF cable (not usually included with the sound bar or the TV).
For details and a picture of the jacks, see http://www.p4c.philips.com/cgi-bin/dcbint/cpindex.pl?ctn=37PFL5322D/37&slg=en&scy=US for the User's manual or the leaflet (both include diagram). The User's manual has the picture on 3 (Section 2:2).
I hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 11, 2010
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