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I have a Philips 9FF2 series photo frame which has just stopped working. I took an sd card out the screen went black and it will not work even when using the reset button. I have unplugged it, tried the reset button but nothing happens just a black screen. The blue light on the on button is working. Thanks Lynne

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  • ferrari1 Jan 05, 2009

    I have exactly the same issue - the blue light comes on if I plug into the mains, but I just get a blank screen. The frame has been working fine for about a year..

  • dave bramley Jan 20, 2009

    I have a Philips and it has just stopped working exactly the same symptoms as the other 2 people. Blue power light glows. Screen black and dead and nothing including pressing reset brings it to life - I was removing a memory stick when it went although the controls had started playing up just before it died.

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