Question about Philips Televison & Video
Replacement fuse is blown immediately. Nothing else seems blown or visibly shorted. I would like a DIY fix. Is it as simple as replacing one of the circuit borads?
All those TVs seem so have similar problems with the same solution. Resistors are too low a voltage. Check for bulging on them, replace with 25-3035 volt ones. Solder in place. Check on other boards for details, one has a Youtube video showing solution
Posted on Feb 22, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Digital TV come and goes. Strength varies and you may find interferance can be an issue. The trees a new building. You may have to optimize your antenna or even purchase an amplifier for the signal from the antenna. Ask your nieghbors with similair systems if they are having trouble.
Don't count out a bad cable or antenna failure
Posted on Apr 12, 2010
the fuse should be on the power supply board...it looks like a inch cylinger with metal caps....it's super thin filament too ....
Posted on Dec 11, 2011
SOURCE: Found a TV online i want to buy its a good deal, seller is saing it needs a part, want to know if its something i need to worry about before buying part is Philips A91H9MIV-001 Inverter Power CBA for
No never buy a TV that another person claims just needs a "part", if that was the case why haven't they fixed it? Very bad idea.
Posted on Feb 02, 2012
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