Question about Philips Magnavox 27MS343S 27" TV
We have checked with cable and all is good there,what happens when tv is gone bad? our tv is 11 years old.
I have a Philips Matchine television which does a similar thing, the problem is in the receiver part of the set, where I have traced the Video signal with an Oscilloscope to a particular Chip (Integrated Circuit). By increasing the Contrast to maximum the picture can be brought back again, but still lacks contrast. The fault is varies as the chip warms up. Therefore you can locate the chip by cooling or heating it from a special non inflammable spray can.Have you tried the scart input which may work OK, then you can use the television as a monitor, as I do. Cost of repair is not worth it.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
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