Question about Philips 42MF130A 42 in. Plasma EDTV
Philips told me the display panel went out on the tv. I was wondering what is the display panel and is it something I can fix myself
The display panel costs about 600$ by itself. It's a metal casing under all of the boards and I definatly would NOT recommend a DIY'er to do it unless you have a digital camera to take pictures of step by step and different colored markers to designate the connectors.
The easiest way to tell a faulty display panel (if it lights) is to gently press on the screen until you see a "ripple effect" in the color. Be warned,pressing too hard can cause pixels to "die" and remain discolored permanently
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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