Question about Philips 32PT9100D 32" TV
I got a Dish Hi-Def receiver (vip 622 dvr) last week so I could start enjoying Hi-Def for the first time on my Philips HDTV. Bought a HDMI cable and hooked it up between the SAT receiver and the tv set and switched the AV to HDMI. Nothing happened so I unhooked and hooked it back up again and the TV started receiving in high def. End of story?, not quite, after I turned the TV back on a while later-no HDMI picture/audio, so I again did the unhooking/hooking thing again and the HDMI came back. Now every time I switch the TV set off the HDMI goes dark, but will come back provided I fool with the cable again. It doesn't happen when I switch the Sat receiver off/on, just the tv set. Anybody experience this problem or know of a solution? Superb Guy
SOURCE: DVD VHS recorder
It sounds like your cables are connceted ok, but what you neede to do is to be able the switch from one video mode to the other so lets go through the cable and vrc conncetions again just to make sure. From your cable set top box connect your component video (RGB) video out to your TV (RGB) video in via the (RGB)cables. From your VCR connect your composite video (yellow) out to your TV composite video in withe the composite video (yellow) cable. From your VCR (Left & Right audio out)connect your left and right audio connections (White and Red) to the Audio in of the TV (Left and Right). Whith this setup you should be able to use the TV to switch between the two A/V inputs using the remote control.
Posted on Sep 20, 2007
SOURCE: No TV Signal
This is an older message but if you haven't thrown the set out yet, don't!
Later flat panel sets don't seem to last longer than a year or two before failing so you might want to keep this one.
Your set's tuner has failed. This may be a separately replaceable module.
If you want to take a stab at it, unplug the set for at least several hours, remove the few screws (less than 10) that hold the rear housing.
If the tuner section is not integrated into the main board, you should see a device that is shielded by a sheet metal housing in which the tuner resides.
If this is obviously removable, look on line for a replacement unit for your model of set. They may or may not be still available.
If you can't identify the tuner check with the BBB in your area for a surviving TV repair with a good reputation.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
SOURCE: tv goes on fine, sound good and pic green light receptor on tv starts blinking and we lose pic sound still good. When we tap the light on tv pic comes on fine for a while then same thing happens again
This television is having problem with intermittent tuner reception.The tuner is the signal processor for the television. The video section is intermittent. This could be a simple matter of cold solder joints that can occur over time due to heat expansion and contraction.This causes the metal in solder to expand and then when the television cools down, the metal that is expanded cannot contract.The solder joints then becomes intermittent. All televisions suffer from this problem.Since you are able to still able to receive the video signal, there appears to be no component damage. You will need to take this television in to a service center and have them rework the solder on all the areas around the tuner section of the television and any other areas that may be susceptible to the problem due to overheating.You can call Magnavox customer support at this telephone number 1-800-705-2000 and ask them for the location of a service center in your area. Or take it in to a local repair center and have them test and service the television for you. You can also try taking it to a school where they are teaching electronic repair and ask them if they will work on the television for you.They will usually do the work for a cost of parts and a small labor charge. Call them first to make sure they will help you and tell you how you can get the television serviced This may not be the only problem you are having with the television. That is why you need to have it tested first. I hope this information help you with your problem.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
Because your TV is an older one, it might not have, what they call RCA inputs (the 3 colored cable) Red-audio right, White-audio left, Yellow-video. If I understand you.
You do have the option of using the 75-ohm coaxial cable inputs. Signal comes in from outside to the 722k, Output of the 722k to the 75ohm coax input on the back of the TV. Tune your TV to ch. 3 or 4. Make sure the switch on the back of the 722k is set to the same.
If you really want to use the RCA colored cables, then you need to buy an RF modulator, which integrates older tv's to newer products. But usually dvd players, not necessarily cable boxes, but it would work if hooked up correctly.
You plug the RCA red, white and yellow from the 722k, into the rf modulator, choose channel 3 or 4 on the modulator
Connect 75ohm coax cable from rf modulator to TV 75ohm coax cable input. Choose channel 3 or 4 on the TV.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
This symptom was caused by leaky/dried filter electrolytic capacitor in the output of power supply section. This capacitor will produced an out-of-regulation in the supply. It needs a warm-up to make itself stable but the symptom will get worst which will not power up or disable the power supply. Leaky capacitor has a dome/bulged at the top and easy to recognize but dried capacitor has no physical indication of fault. You must have a capacitor checker to determine its condition and pinpoint where the faulty one. If capacitor checker is not available, you may replaced all the electrolytic capacitor in the output stage of that board. The affected working voltage are 10v,16v,25v,35v if you see the capacitor with this working voltage replaced them all and your unit will back to normal again. This will not cost you much, because it is cheaper than other parts($4 at the most). Here is the sample of leaky capacitor.
Here's the link for parts replacement.
Hope I helped you.
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Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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