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Can you help us to reprogram our digitview 180s to our Philips TV, as shown above.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I finally found a fix to this! YAY. I thought I might have to return the TV. I have the Phillips 42PFL5603D, but should work for other models.
On the TV press menu picture settings---picture---dynamic contrast (turn off) AND active control, turn off
If you have Comcast Moto box: on the Cable box go menu--->setup--->cablebox set up---RF BYbass set to ON
If you have a non-Comcast Moto Box, I'm sure there is an RF bypass setting in the menu. You'll just have to look for it. Another fix was close saying to only turn of the active control, but it took all 3 of these for it to work consistently. The latter let it work for all of 30 seconds.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
SOURCE: how to get freeview
Download the manual here:
NOTE: You may need an aerial upgrade to receive the Freeview service.
Check availability of Freeview in your area here:
Posted on May 19, 2009
SOURCE: Hi, I own a 50 inch
The 6 blinks ended with 3 blinks error code is a general IIC bus error detected upon self test of the processor. This is located in the main board which is the affected parts is the system IC and or some of the resistor in line with this IC going to EEPROM IC. This is responsible for powering on the unit. If not isolated the symptoms will remain the same. I would advice you to look for a qualified technician or send the unit to your local Philips Service Center because diagnosing the fault required some test instruments and skills in that kind of symptoms. Your power supply board is not an issue here.
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Posted on Apr 19, 2011
You could have shorted out the mainboard from the power surge. If this is the case, you may only need to replace some capacitors if you are handy with a soldering iron.
If you don't have soldering experience, I would recommend replacing the whole board. Search around online for the schematics, or replacement board for sale
Posted on Oct 18, 2012
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