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Philips 42" plasma just died

In the middle of watching a dvd and tv decided to switch off now all i got is a flashing red led if i press any buttons it turns blue then back to red flashing again is it dead foreverrrrrrrrrrr?

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  • richy6976 Nov 18, 2008

    its been back at comet now for the last 3 weeks with no replacement there customer service is appaling i swear i will never ever buy anything from comet ever again untill the day i die

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    shaunleaver Mar 22, 2013

    Richy .... did you ever get it back

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Had same prob. R/R powersupply board. ($100+/-) Easy fix if you can run a screwdriver.

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