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T.V won't turn back on

Hello, I think I have the same problem as these people. I was watching mine when it happened though. Made a pop noise then went out. It will blink 9 quick green lights then one long 3sec blink. Will not show a picture or sound at all. Model is 27PT9015D/37 27" Phillips
Thank you for any help!
3 Other Users Have The Same Problem Comment by jason1981, posted on Feb 23, 2008 3,2,1, green lighht
Comment by MaxWood, posted on Jan 30, 2008 the tv powers on but no picture appears on the screen then the green indicator lite flashes 1,2,3 times pauses and repeats endlessly. There was no warning of an impending problem. i had watched a movie earlier that 2 hrs previous to the tv crapping out.
Comment by tlsjulie, posted on Jan 27, 2008 When I press the on button no picture but sound comes on briefly then shuts off followed by green light blinking once, then twice, then 3 times and the blinking sequence repeats over and over
I have the same problem. Bought this TV the day after Thanksgiving in 2006. We don't even watch it that much. One day it just would not turn on. We get sound briefly. The screen is completely black. Then it powers off and we get the green blinking light sequence described above. There is a two year warranty on the display only. We have called Philips for a warranty repair. Repair guy is picking it up tomorrow. It will be interesting to see what, if anything, Philips is going to own up to here under their warranty. Has anyone else had luck trying to claim this problem under warranty?

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Sounds like a component shorted out for sure. I will guess he will say, "It needs a new power board". I would guess a transistor or microchip burnt out. Probably ESD damage from a new factory worker.

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