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Philips 20PS47S301, no sound, picture flashes.

TV was fine two days ago. Just turned it on again, and no sound...and the picture flashes off and back on about every three seconds.

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SOURCE: Philips 27PT6441/37

There is a install kit 483531057673 for this model when the set is dead. The kit will contain 7404 and the Horizontal Driver Transformer 5402 along with resistors that will limit stress on 7404 and includes complete instructions

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SOURCE: philips 20ps47s301 turns on then starts clicking and turns off

IT SOUNDS LIKE YOU HAVE A POWER SUPPLY PROBLEM OR RELAY PROBLEM. BEING A 20 INCH SET IT IS NOT WORTH REPIRING. PARTS AND LABOR WILL BE OVER $100.

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