Question about Philips 50P8341 50" Rear Projection Television
We have had our TV for four years. We started having problems soon after we bought the TV. Had a repairman out to fix the problem. Helped for awhile. The picture has now gradually faded out and none of the adjustments do anything. We can not fix the problem. Also the whites are too bright and occassionally the faces have green splotches on them. The TV is way too big to transport and we are looking for a repairman that can come to our house to fix it. Can you help?
Typically, overtime your tv will become out of tune.
The way a display TV works is by shooting electromagnetic pluses through a vacuum guided by variations of magnetic stability.
What that means is overtime magnets tend to wear down thus resulting in a repairman call. Unless you are a expert in the field of tv repair i would also suggest for you to call them up and have them come fix it again. Although, though experiences and a budget, if you are able to upgrade to a LCD flatscreen I say do it. It will save money in electricity and the hassle of someone having to come fix your display.
Please post what you do and how you did it. I look forward to your posts.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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