Question about Philips 60PL9200D Projection Televisions
Our philips 50" Did the same and it was the fan that cools the bulb. Philips was not able to replace the fan so they gave me all of my money back $ 1600. We got to keep the tv and what we did is take the back (lower half off) and spin the fan with our finger and it works. I usually only need to spin the fan if the room is cold, its more a winter proplem than summer. You could buy an old tv for parts I saw some on ebay. I have purchased my 2nd Philips 60" and they both are great. I got my 2nd one at Goodwill and all it needed was a bulb. Beautiful Picture.
Posted on Jan 18, 2011
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