Question about Philips 60PP9202 60" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready Television
I was programming my new Cable box remote to activate my Tv when the code that should operate it would not work so I used the "philips" default find a code program that comes with the remote when I entered it nothing happened, so I entered it a few times no go after a few tries I noticed my convergence was off and it will not respond now. Does any one beleive that the new remote caused this? Also can any one tell me a cost estimate to have the IC chips/board reaplced?
I agree 100% with what premtech says, but don't be put off. Make sure you know where the cables go. It took me 20 minutes to have everything disassembled and good to replace. When you take the ic's off save yourself some grief and snip the leads then take the stubs out one at a time. Also, clean the fireproof 1watt resistors with rubbing alcohol after they are replaced so you don't leave oil on them. Oil CAN (no it isn't a myth) allow high voltage to arc over them and to a degree bypass them and cause weirdness or cause them to burn up again.
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
I doubt seriously that the remote had anything to do with the problem you're describing. That is a DPTV305 chassis and uses two STK392-120 ICs for convergence amps, designated IC7044 and IC7045. In that unit I would HIGHLY recommend using the Philips OEM part which is p/n#932212344682 to keep from having tint problems down the road... After replacing the amps you should also test and/or replace all the 6.8 ohm/1w bias resistors down front. Parts are not too expensive, under $100.00 bucks - but the labor might be a little spendy since that unit is not a light box and the teardown alone is estimated at 2.0 hours. Like the old Chilton auto manuals that's 2.0 hours for a qualified CET, with every tool needed at his fingertips. It will probably be closer to 2.5 hours - then come re-assembly. I'd strongly recommend finding a good reputable shop and take it to them.. Hope this helps. Bill
Posted on Jun 20, 2007
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