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Re: Philips 32pfl5322d/37 went off and won't come back on
Sounds like you have a bad power supply board! This is not hard to do yourself, as long as you are somewhat handy! Take the case apart (back side), and look some bad caps (capacitors) on the power supply board. They will look bulged on thetop an may be a little leaky (brownish stain).
Then you can buy a new one at www.shopjimmy.com or ebay, you will need to use the brand and model number! Good luck, I hope this is helpful!!
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Power board is dead,U know how to solders?Take the tv aparts check the power board for bad Capacitors,like puff up or burst open,replaced these capacitors,should get ur power stable,come back.Or replaced the whole refurbish power board,buy at websites Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com.
hi, what you need to do is find the source button or av button on your remote control as it sounds like its changed source this causing your problem. As you probably know your telly has many inputs for dvd vcr cable or sky but these plug into one of the inputs in the back of telly. Usually the problem is just that your on the wrong input channel like av1 instead of av2 or rgb their are many inputs so you might need to press this button 2 or 3 times till you get the right channel, i dont mean 1 to 9 channels i mean input channel like rf input or av input. This depends on what your getting the signal from if its cable and its plugged in via scart lead then it will be an av input but you might have av1 av2 av3 av4 this depends on your telly. If your still having problems then give me a shout back ok best to check all the leads are in the telly correct as this will cause the problem your having ok. Let me know how you get on ok or if you need further help