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No Picture I have a phillips model# 55p8288a, the power light turns on and i hear a chirping noise but no picture.

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I had the same exact problem pulled the chassis ohmed the convergance ics though one read different than the other replaced both put chassis back in set fired right up.Hope this solves your problem!

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