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Re: Philips 32'' when turned on picture goes off after 5...
Hello. ok try this. first take the remote's out of the room the tv is in.!!! yes both of them. then i want you to turn the tv on with the power button on the front of the set. and tell me what .? happen's..and please dont try to turn thechannel or any thing else !!! .just turn it on.!!! "am" waiting
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the relay is the safety protective device..sometimes a defective component or something. maybe an overloaded power supply might caused this problem..so before any thing could gets worst..the relay will shut the unit..
Same problem. The power button does not work. The volume and channel buttons turn the tv on. the tv then shuts its self off 15 seconds later. the red light blinks in second intervals while this happens.
Sounds like the PLL IC or the tuner maybe going bad??. You didnt say that by NO picture NO sound, is there any light on the screen at all?? You said when you change channels it comes back alive for a bit.? This is the indication that its a tuner or related circuit problem . Now first off +these sets do not have any user serviceable parts inside them as they are all solid state and soldered in and then you also have to deal with the HI Voltage saftey issues. This is not a reapir You should attempt to do on your own as a pro should assist you in this repair. Good Luck