Question about Philips 9P5531C TV
Chad, sounds like "FROGGY" coolant to me, Philips brand tv`s are infamous for this problem usually the green & blue tubes, you can confirm this by removing the back cover (carefully it`s heavy and has a large mirror attatched to the inside) turning tv on and look directly into the red lens, you will see a clear image, now look into green & blue and there probably very cloudy. Bad news is this is a very long, dirty, job and very diffiicult for a layperson, if you want to attempt it you MUST buy the service manual (any tv shop can order it for you) I would also advise you to NOT buy philips fluid as the **** they sell will become cloudy again (I use RCA cause it works and it`s cheap) good luck if you attempt it, I would advise you to calll a tech, video-tek
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
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