Question about Philips 107E56 17" CRT Monitor
The monitor has stopped working for the past two days. The power LED keeps flashing with an accompanying clicking sound. The power button does not respond at all. The first time it happened, i tried a few times and switched it off (unplugged it). after about 10 minutes, when I tried it worked. Have checked power supply etc. Now it has failed to work for the past two days... HELP!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Philips 170C Monitor
i believe your monitor signal cable is bad or twisted.try straightening the data cable that connects to your cpu, if it doesn't work, replace the signal cable.
Posted on Feb 26, 2007
SOURCE: Power Up Problem
You have a 8.6v supply error according to the 7 error code being displayed, what you can try is when the set goes to blinking disconnect the Y sustain board (if looking at the tv from the back the board on the left) from the upper left side of the power supply, if the error code stops then you know your Y sustain board is pulling down your power supply and causing the error, if the error code continues you have a probelm with your Logic Board (located under your Small Signal Board) disconnect this from the Y sustain board and see if the error code stops if it does you know that the Logic board is bad, if the error code is still blinking then the 8.6v supply line from the Power supply is faulty and the Power Supply needs to be replaced
Posted on Aug 13, 2008
SOURCE: Power Up Problems
7 blink error is 8.6 volt error on that model. usually tied to y sustain board located on left side of set looking from back. disconnect y main from power supply and power on and if comes on verify power supply primary voltages located on label on pdp itself. if voltages present you would need to replace that board as not designed for component level repair. however if you find failed components like swollen caps or burnt ic's you could replace those. also when replacing the y main board there are two y buffer boards to left of main board that also would be recommended to be replaced at same time as they work as circuit and replacing one board without other could cause failure to other boards still in set
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
I think its something on the picture frame board or on the line output board. I would sway to the line output simply because I think but not sure that error code is linked to the line output stage plus when you unplugged the cable the voltage seems within parameters. Good luck.
Posted on Oct 03, 2008
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