When I turn on my tv, the picture does not come on. But, the "On" button has a light inside of it to indicate the TV is on. This light flashes 9 times, then pauses, then repeats the sequence over and over until I unplug the TV.
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It uses 3 picture tubes and if even one is bad forget it, cost is around 400 each but this model has inside three lens for those tubes, clean the lens and see if improvement--lens cloth works fine for this.
You can access them from rear of set with back cover removed.
I need to know first if your TV is on standby mode (red LED lit) or not?..If the green light lit your TV your high voltage (HV) is switch but you have open line on heater that cause of no picture and the sounds is chirping because of analog(antenna)/digital connection or bad audio chips..
I need this information above for specific diagnosis and to prevent more damage and failure..Also I need this information to avoid mistakes to buy a parts with no help...
also I need the model # because on my tread there are 2 model # which are correct? is it 60PP9202 60" or 55PP8620?..for specific diagnosis and for possible get a diagram..
You need the Phillips DPTV305 - DPTV345 Chassis convergence repair kit which is available at the following link. the kits contain the parts and detailed instructions on how to do the repair.Just click on the phillips repair kits page. http://tvrepairkits.net/
If the TV is completly non-responsive (ie not even a flicker of light on the power button) then one of the first things to check on this is the fuses - easiest being the right corner next to where the power cord plugs in (have to take off the back panel)