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Magnavox Projection Tv Problems!!!!!!!!

The model # is 9P6040C101 projection Tv. I just had a new video board installed and i was messing around with the special convergence applacation ubtained by entering code from the remote ( 062597 Then M). I messed up the orignal preset convergance set up. i don't know how to reset it, if you can. So know my tv is unviewable. Is there a way to Reset it????????? Thanx, Jay (

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Re: Magnavox Projection Tv Problems!!!!!!!!

This is why if you don't know what you are doing in a tech menu, exit it! You will have to go through and do a full convergence alignment now. It isn't that hard but, not that easy.

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Put new coolant in Magnavox 9P6040c101 Projection tv. Convergence will not align. Colors are juxtaposed and words are going down hill. Looks like the red lens will not align.

It would take a hundred emails for me to explain here--I have done this type of repair a lot and on these sets--you got yahoo im or skype?

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I have a 50 inch Philips Magnavox LCD TV. It worked fine till the power went out this morning. Everything came back on fine except for my TV. It still receives a signal but it has no picture and no...

The projection bulb came on,but didn't stay on mean the bulb have problems,dosen't mean projection bulb it still good.First must replace a new projection bulb to make sure for the elimation for the projection bulb is the problems.These DLP tvs require new projection bulb every 1 1/2 or 2 years by watching the tv like 4 or 5 hours daily.So there no lost there for trying a new projection bulb alway can save it for later use.The secound could be the board that call the Ballast board have problems too.The Ballast board only job it is to ignite to the projection bulb and make it work.Replace the Ballast board too,if the tv new projection bulb react the same way.

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Philips Magnavox Video Shrinks over and over

If you have the following symptoms check the site . They have a repair kit for this problem. 

Screen shrinks and expands - may or may not correct itself after the TV warms up. After a few days, weeks, or months of having the shrinking/expanding problem you may loose all audio/video but the power light will remain lit!

Works on the following Philips Magnavox sets with chassis number

PTV835, PTV836, PTV840, PTV841, PTV842, PTV843, PTV844, PTV847, PTV853 

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50YP43C101,50YP43C102,50YP44C101,50YP44C102,50YP44C103,50YP44C104,55P9161001,55P9161002,55P9161003,55P9161004,55P9271001,55P9271002,55P9271003, 55P9271004, 55P9271005, 55YP43C101, 55YP43C102, 55YP43C103, 55YP43C104, 55YP44C101, 55YP44C102, 55YP44C103, 55YP44C104, 55YP45C, 60P9161001, 60P9161002, 60P9161003, 60P9161004, 60P9271001, 60P9271002, 60P9271003, 60P9271004, 60P9271005, 60YP43C101, 60YP43C102, 60YP43C103, 60YP43C104, 64P9161001, 64P9161002, 64P9161003, 64P9161004, 64P9161005, 64P9161006, 64P9271001, 64P9271002, 64P9271003, 64P9271004, 64P9271005, 64P9271006, 64P9271007, 9P5031C101, 9P5031C102, 9P5031C103, 9P5034C101, 9P5034C102, 9P5034C103, 9P5040C101, 9P5040C102, 9P5040C103, 9P5040C104, 9P5044C101, 9P5044C102, 9P5044C103, 9P5044C104, 9P5511C101, 9P5511C102, 9P5514C101, 9P5514C102, 9P5531C101, 9P5531C102, 9P5531C103, 9P5534C101, 9P5534C102, 9P5534C103, 9P5540C101, 9P5540C102, 9P5540C103, 9P5540C104, 9P5544C101, 9P5544C102, 9P5544C103, 9P5544C104, 9P6031C101, 9P6031C102, 9P6031C103, 9P60349101, 9P60349102, 9P60349103, 9P6034C101, 9P6034C102, 9P6034C103, 9P6040C101, 9P6040C102, 9P6040C103, 9P6040C104, 9P6044C101, 9P6044C102, 9P6044C103, 9P6044C104, 9P6440C101, 9P6440C102, 9P6440C103, 9P6440C104, 9P6440C105, 9P6444C101, 9P6444C102, 9P6444C103, 9P6444C104, 9P6444C105, PV5571C101, PV5571C102, PV5571C103, PV5571C104, PV6071C101, PV6071C102, PV6071C103, PV6071C103, PV6071C104

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can you post a picture of your screen or send it to my email as it sounds like its just the convergence Ics and the 6.8 ohm resistors, but a pic would help me do a accurate diagfnosis.

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no this is what you need...
Convergence amp ic bad

or send it in for repair here

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60" TV has a crack in the plastic outer screen

I have a Magnavox 9P6040C101 that i am selling of the parts.
I have the plastic protective covering. Call me for dimensions.

Nov 16, 2007 | Philips Magnavox 9P6034C 60" Rear...

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I have an 9P6040C101 that i am selling off parts.
I did sell the mesh screen, but i have the protection screen and everything else.

Oct 19, 2007 | Philips Magnavox 9P6034C 60" Rear...

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Convergence problems with model#9P6040C101!

They are large black colored IC's with the markings of STK392-xxx (xxx could be 110,120,150) There could be open resistors as well and you have to make sure if you do replace the IC's that you apply heat sink compond to the back of them otherwise they will prematurely fail.

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