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Wide open one here. Is your tv coming in direct from the wall or do you have a cable/digital box that you need to get the signal from? If you have a box then make sure you are plugged into the audio out on the box and on the HTS you are on the audio in. There will be a left and right. If you have the sound to your tv then you can plug into the audio out on your tv and again plug into your audio in on your box. If your tv has an option for external speakers then you need to make that adjustment on the audio menu on your tv. Also make sure that the proper channel is selected on your HTS and that your audio output matches your selection. Hope this helps but I will keep an eye out for further posts.
These are prone to power spikes...and for that reason have a fuse located on the power supply board...known as fast blow fuses...which are glass and easy to see if they have blown..sometimes all you need to do is replace the fuse on the rear of the unit if you can locate a fuse cap...just unscrew and replace....Always unplug televisions and audio equipment and routers during power outages and thunderstorms as a preventative to blowing psu panels on electrical devices connection to your house mains for this reason .
When I replace caps in this model, I replaced all the caps (4 (1000uF by the heat sink, 1 (470uF) by the inverter transformer) for the 5v and the 12v since you cannot 100% relying on just by looking bulging tops. I am not sure why your has 3-470uf. See my example here: http://s807.photobucket.com/albums/yy352/budm/Princeton%20VL2018W/
Sometimes what happens is that people r just confused with all wirings.Considering that you have connected the speakers correctly...Now according to u the center speaker is not working
If u have a jack attached at the end of the speakers then try connecting the center speaker jack into the Right front/Right Rear/Left Rear socket at the back of the reciever.Just to make sure that your speakers r fine.
Secondly play an audio cd first,sumtimes a video DVD not being 5.1 channel one confuses a lot.
Assuming that you have checked the center speaker,like I asked u too,Connect it into its proper socket or better connect all the speakers.
Now with the remote you check the predefined equalizer in it n keep changing that [pop,rock,jazz etc] or you might even want it to change it to 5.1 from a 3channel or 2channel Stereo.Everytime you change it listen to every speaker.
Also check that you have increased all the speakers volume one-by-one.
Disconnect any headphones attached.
Switch on the selected source or select another source.
For further details u can check the manual.
The VGA cable of the monitor will work fine.
I have a similar problem. I inspected the power board and found IC901 burned completely. I cannot find out the part number and have tried to get a reply from phillips but have not heard back from them. Anyone have a schematic or can give me the part # of IC901?
As I found somewhere on the internet; there are two 470uF/25V
capacitors on the power supply board in the sub-woofer that are the
cause of buzzing, crackling and then eventually no sound. Go to Radio
Shack and buy two Catalog #: 272-1030 470uF/35V capacitors and change
them out. They are in the middle of the Power Supply PCB and are close
to the long flat aluminum heatsink. Make sure you match the polarity
properly when replacing. Your unit will be as good as new and will
proibably last forever now.