Question about Philips 9P6031C 60" Rear Projection Television
This usually denotes a problem in the high voltage section either trippler or the IHVT. Since this section of the Tv has hazardous voltages I would suggest that you get a TV repair technician to give you an estimate on the cost of repair.
Judging by what you described it sounds like the trippler may have a problem. Have the technician check that first, or if you have a high voltage probe here is the procedure:
1) Remove the rear of the Tv set
2) clip the ground lead of the HV probe to ground.
3) using the tip of the probe touch the input of the trippler block you should have a voltage of 20Kv - 30Kv
4) touch the individual outputs of the trippler block they should each read 20Kv to 30Kv.
If the input is not present the IHVT or the trippler is bad, however if the 20Kv to 30Kv is present on the input but not the output the trippler itself is the problem.
I hope this helps,
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
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