Question about Philips 50P8341 50" Rear Projection Television
I would suggest first that you have a technician come over and troubleshoot your problem to determine which stage of the TV is malfunctioning. Then If you want you can have the technician repair the problem or swap out the board. This believe it or not is the cheaper option. I know that today a lot of people think that board swapping is the best thing, but in reality it's just a time consuming object lesson in futility, because you never know if you have fixed the problem or just bought more time. In any event try the option above, and if that is not to your liking try to send the boards to http://www.ptscorp.com/. Contact them to discuss your options on sending them the boards.
I hope this helps,
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
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