Question about Televison & Video
Recently our LCD Flat Panel started cycling the power on and off on its own. When the set is first turned on, it takes longer for this problem to occur... roughly 20-30 min. But once it turns itself off and then back on, it will continue in 2-3 min. intervals. Eventually it cycles off, the green ''power LED'' on the front still shows like the set is on, it recieves signals from the remote because it blinks every time you hit a button yet nothing happens. You have to unplug the TV from the AC Outlet and plug it back in to reset it. The twist is, if you listen to the digital music channels from the service provider, and there is no picture, the TV set performs like it should. I don't know if this is temp. related, and when the picture is being displayed its working harder and heating the components causing something to open. I've got about 6 years exp. with electronics but absolutely zero exp. with TV's. Has anyone seen this problem, or know anything about it. I've been told it is chronic with these Philips models. I thought I had escaped the disease until now. I'm sure other people have encountered this problem. I'd like to know what it was and approx. what it would cost to fix it. Thanks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Blinking Red Power Light
It sounds like the horizontal (H stop) and vertical (V stop) has gone bad. Check Cap 515 and 516. IC1509, Q1505 and the jungle IC, IC206. You can also bring up these fault codes on-screen to see a list of the problem numbers with the abbreviation of the problem and the number of times this problem has occurred. This is slightly different than entering the service mode. To see the diagnostic screen, press the following buttons: Display, Channel, 5, volume Minus, ( not plus ) then Power. This brings up a screen with a list of the problems and number of times they have occurred. Each of the problems named, are abbreviated as, "OCP", "OVP", "V STOP", ETC.
Posted on Jul 07, 2007
SOURCE: TV won't turn on
Ready? The solution is = Replace four capacitors inside DM module 1000mf / 25v high temp. For details.........Look @..
Posted on Nov 23, 2007
SOURCE: No picture, but power is on...
How many times does the POWER led blink per sec? (dont worry about the OPC)
2x = power supply (not as expensive to fix)
3x = Main board (expensive to fix)
Posted on Mar 14, 2008
SERVICE MENU SETTINGS
All system, geometry and white balance alignments are performed in production service mode. Before
starting the production mode alignments, make sure that all manual adjustments are done correctly. To
start production mode alignments enter the MENU by pressing “M” button and then press the digits 4, 7,
2 and 5 respectively. The following menu appears on the screen
There are 3 submenu in service menu. These are display, calibration and deinterlacer menus. Press
“◄/►” buttons to select a menu title and then “▲/▼” buttons to select a menu item and “◄/►” or “OK”
buttons to set the menu item to the desired option. To exit the service menu press “M” button.
Entire service menu parameters of Plasma TV are listed below.
13.1. display menu
By pressing “◄/►” buttons select the first icon. display menu appears on the screen
By pressing /. button, select blank color. Press ./. button to set the blank color. The options are:
black, red, green and blue.
Displays panel resolution
power on time
Displays total working time of the set
backlight on time
Displays total backlight on time of the set.
By pressing “◄/►” buttons select the second icon. calibration menu appears on the screen.
By pressing /. button, select color temp. Press ./. button to set the color temperature. The
options are: 5500K, 6500K, 7500K, 9300K and user.
user color temp
By pressing /. button, select factory reset. Press “OK” button to return to the factory setting values.
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
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