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I have a phillips magnovox big screen (March 2000) model # 9P6444 C103 - the picture is very dark and is best watched with the room lights off... what needs to be replaced or fixed?

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The coolant fluid in the blue and green picture tubes is in need of changing.Unless you have done this before I do not recommend that you attempt this repair.A shop shoud be able to make this set look like new again for about $275

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Phillips Magnovox


Hi,

Its a power supply issue the only solution is to get it repaired.Possible power outage.Repair charges would be around $400.

Goodluck,
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I have a phillips magnovox 9p6031 c103 rear projection tv. At first the screen would shrink and have an orange look, when I would go through the convergence re-set it would clear up, now the tv makes a...


This problems is the cause of 2 Convergence is dead also.Know how to solders?Buy a convegence kit at Tv repair World.com,Tvrepairkits.com to repair it ur self.The shop will cost u $300 for parts and labors.

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Picture is dark


On projections, there isn't much you can do as they age accept replace the CRTs. In that case you might as well buy a new one. One thing you can do is open the front speaker grill to where you can see inside the set. Depending on the brand, find the "Screen" controls, one for each tube. Some sets have all 3 on the "focus/screen" block (small black box mounted in front) and some have the knob on each individual CRT board (mounted to the bottom of the CRT). What this does is increases the current to each tube, thus making that colr brighter. Do each equally as to keep the color balanced. Only do this if you feel comfortable with working on electronics.

Jan 12, 2009 | Projection Televisions

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My TV


One of the most common faults with the phillips rear projections is the coolant in the tubes. That can and will make the picture very dim and can cause the brightness and focus controls not to have much affect over it. Please respond to this same post with your model number and I will check to see if their are any other items that could cause that symptom.

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Help..... Phillip Magnovox Model 9P5034X101


NOT EXPENSIVE POWER SUPPLY PARTS ARE NEEDED TO BE REPLACED . ONLY A TECH WHO , HAS EXPERIENCE ON THIS TV MODEL AND THE KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THIS PROBLEM ,COULD FIX THE TV RIGHT THE FIRST TIME. OTHERWISE REPLACE POWER DEFLECTION BOARD ,PARTS AVAILABLE AT PARTSTORE OR SIMILAR COMPANIES

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Picture issue with Philips 64" Big Screen


don't know if this is same problem or not but try this:
· http://home.earthlink.net/~oleg.filippov/ConvergenceFix.htm
· http://cmpalmer.blogspot.com/2006/11/fixing-my-own-tv-part-ii.html
http://www.keohi.com/keohihdtv/brandspecific/philips/philips_convergence_geometry.html

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