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Philips 60pp920217f Blinking Power Light

I just picked up a philips 60pp920217f from a friend who no longer needed it. It was sitting in his garage forever. But anyway. I plugged it in and I dont get any power to the lamps. I hear it click on, the power LED on the front lights up but after a few seconds it just starts to blink on and off. I checked the fuses and it isn't the fuses. Any ideas would be great. Thanks to all in advance.

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  • sortahandy Jan 19, 2008

    I have the same set. Opened the back to see if I could work on a convergence problem. Located the parts, moved the pcboard a bit to see how it would come out. Reconnected everything back. Plugged in and and tried to power up. get the on/off switch glowing red for 10 seconds, then goes out and blinks 9 times. then repeats blinking 9 times. Any ideas?

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Call a technician. If fixed it is worth it for ~$200.

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