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42PFL3603D/F7 PHILIPS HDTV

PICTURE LOOKS GREAT WITH BLUE RAY PLAYER ,HOWEVER THE PICTURE GETS DISTORTED WITH FAST MOTION WHEN HOOKED UP TO DISH NETWORK BOX THEY SAID EVERYTHING IS FINE ON THERE END.

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  • Shayne Schecht May 11, 2010

    Did you ever get your issue solved? Let me know. I can give you some things to try that may help improve the picture. I have the same set.

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Your problem is a combination of calibration of your TV and signal strength of your Dish system. Proper color calibration will remove the motion blur and SD issues in the average home. If you continue to have poor quality on your dish system after calibration, then Dish needs to check your signal strengths again. (AND fix it.)

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How do i replace part number 932224306671 on a philips 42pfl3603d/f7


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It sounds that the fault should be with its main digital board. To get more details, http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/ Pull up older posts. Try and determine whether you can repair it by yourself.

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AOC PD4264 Screen fault


Extremely blue color temperature that cannot be adjusted; some false-contouring artifacts in dark scenes; no picture-in-picture; limited connectivity with just one DVI and no HDMI inputs.
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The number of colors you can display is controlled by the video card installed in your computer. In order to display more than 16 colors, the proper video card driver must be installed. Contact your computer or video card manufacturer to obtain the latest driver from them.
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Need to find out a part # for my philips 52PFL7403/f7 for the ir sensor


Join Date: Nov 2011 I have a Philips 47PFL3603D/F7 with the same problem. It was the IR sensor board causing the problem. You can search online to find the board, which almost everyone will most likely not have in stock, and cant be ordered. The part you need is this: 313926859181 IR Remote Sensor.

Models it will fit are as follows: Substitute Parts 313926859182
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MAGNAVOX 42MF438B/27
MAGNAVOX 42MF438B/27
MAGNAVOX 42MF438B/F7
MAGNAVOX 52MF438B/27
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PHILIPS 32PFL3403D/85
PHILIPS 42PFL3403D/27
PHILIPS 42PFL3403D/F7
PHILIPS 42PFL3603D/27
PHILIPS 42PFL3603D/F7
PHILIPS 47PFL3603D/27
PHILIPS 47PFL3603D/F7
PHILIPS 52PFL3603D/27
PHILIPS 52PFL3603D/F7

If you can find the board, great! A replacement board costs about $12.00. If you can't... we'll there is something you can try ; )

Either way, if you know it's the board, what's the harm in trying?

Remove the back from the TV. You can actually leave it on your stand to do this if you can spin it around to gain access to the back of it. Be sure to unplug everything first!!!

Looking at the back of the tv, the board will be located in the lower left side by the speaker. It will have 2 cables attached to it. Remove them, and take out the screw or two that holds it in place. There will be a plastic tab that keeps it in place also.

Take your fingernail and bend the tab back, and the board should come free. After that you should be holding the board in your hands. The side of the board with the connectors on it is the side you want to manipulate. There will be a tiny surface mounted capacitor beside one of the wire connection sockets. Take a utility knife and scrape it off/ you could use a soldering iron but it should come off very easy with a knife.

Plug it back in, and give it a try! If it works... great! If not, find a replacement board, and try that.

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Ur Tuner signal board is dead.Replaced this board will solved this problems.Tries websites Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a refurbish Tuner signal board for the replacement.

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Need help with TV calibration for philips


Try these, Contrast: 53 Brightness: 56 Color: 45 Tint: 2 Sharpness: 2 
Color temperature: Off
Dynamic contrast: Off
Digital Natural Motion: Off
DNR: Off
Color enhancement: Off
Active control: Off

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