I was wondering how the tv fix went or is going? I think my friend has the same problem though I'm not TV tech. did you have color changes? like red comes out as orange, green as blue? I'm trying to decide if its worth trying to fix and wondering how hard it might be. sorry for the font change? no option in here to fix it...
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This is weird. I also have a plasma 50" model PS5Q91HDX and on the 5/02/11 the screen went blank when my friends daughter was watching a Wiggles DVD. The image kept coming back, flashing a scene or two before going black again. But the sound is perfect.
I wonder what is going on? Is anyone else having trouble with their 3-4 year old Samsung 50" TVs???
No, I don't think you have a lemon, you have a great TV. It is just to complex for you to fix yourself. I think you have a ADC that went bad and needs to be checked out. You need to have a service adjustment done by your Service Tech. You just can't fix the ADC without clearing the buffers, and all the other procedures needed to fix this TV. I think your TV repair persons are probably just going over the complex procedures to fix your TV. This TV is real special, complex but, simple too. It has some 5 digit error code buffer procedures, I have never seen on any other sets. I do think you will need one sharp Philips Service Tech, and maybe Philips can help you with that if they haven't already. If you are not getting response from your Service Tech, I'd call Philips or a certified representative and have them get you one now. You shouldn't have to wait because, the local service techs haven't done their homework, or can't do the work.
Take the offer,even they charge u it will still cheaper than the repair shop and quicker too,because they have the parts with them they don't have to trouble shoot like the shop,if the prob.the shop never seen it before.
Well I think your house might have killed the PS3. I would recommend talking to an electrician about what happened.
You can try using a different TV and see what happens. However...
Unfortunately the PS3 is pretty much dead now. Hopefully its still under some kind of warranty or can still be returned (tell them it won't turn on). To replace the parts needed would require precise installment and should only be done by professionals.
it sounds as though there is a problem on the main board and yes,it will be expensive to repair.i would guess between 400 to 600 possibly more depending on how much damage is on the main board. i know this isnt what you want to hear but i have a friend that has a tv repair shop and i know he gets big money for repairs on big screens.
There may be several causes but, one is that when any color gun is being over driven, the Sony shuts down the gun to protect it. Try this. Remove the front of the set by removing the two screws from each lower corner. Next remove the black panel held on by 5 or 6 screws. Now you should see a panel with 6 potentiometers on it. Turning the ones on the bottom row CCW reduces the drive. Turn the color down and if all the guns stay lit, SLOWLY turn them up until you get the color balance that you like.
moving big screens around may throw off the convergence, look to see if you have red,blue or green or all.. ghosts or edges in the picture.
you will need a tech manual ..not owners manual to fix it,
I would call a local tech and hear what he thinks for just a service charge.