Question about Philips 55PP9363 55" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready Television
The TV was recently moved and would not power on at all. When I opened it up I found 1 fuse socket empty right where the power cord enters the chassis and the other half way dislodged. I re-seated the dislodged fuse and replaced the other fuse with a 250v 4amp slow blow fuse (TV specs show 255watts, 4 amps is probably too much) Now, upon pushing power on, I hear the system power up, and it starts to chirp. No other picture is present. Suggestions? Thank you, TJ
I will assume that one of your fuses had blown. I would venture to suspect that this set was worked on before. What you are hearing is the startup circuit trying to turn the Horizontal oscillator on which will then turn on the High Voltage system on that provides power to the rest of the television. If this is the case I would consider looking at the HV section to make sure things are ok there. Then I would test the HOT to make sure it was not shorted. If it is shorted then you have to test the HOT related components for defective values. If you are not comfortable doing this contact a TV Repair man and inform him of the situation.
Posted on Sep 03, 2007
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