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Phillips 42PF5321D/37-Green power light, but no A/V.

The set(plasma) appears to power up with a green light indicated, but there is no picture or audio.

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  • jayess60 Dec 19, 2008

    I've ordered a power supply. I'm further along than I was. I'll let you know the outcome. Thanks for the help. Phillips sucks...

  • jayess60 Jan 13, 2009

    Replaced the PS. Ran for maybe 2-3 hrs. When I turned it on this morning it ran 10 secs. and now again no a/v. Found a service manual online and managed to get it to the csm mode long enough to get a error code of 04. Any ideas? THX

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Bad powersupply, the powersupply has 4 voltages, +12, +5, -12 & +12 the led only tells you that the +12 is working.

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  • mitch stein Jan 19, 2009

    error code 04 is new to me, but I've seen 05 many times it usually means that the firmware is corrupted. I would see if there is firmware available for your exact model. If your model came with a usb port then it is easily installed by unzipping the firmware file to a thumbdrive. turn on the tv let it sit for 10 minutes or so and it should be installed.

    (make sure NOTHING else is on the thumbdrive but the firmware).



    if you cant get the firmware or the installation doesn't work then you might try to to replace the SSB (small signal board) Located along the Bottom Middle in th back.

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