Question about Philips 60PL9200D Projection Televisions
I have a Philips 60pl9200d/37 that will not turn on. When it is plugged in; the lamp comes on for about 3 or 4 seconds then goes out. The fans are on for about 90 seconds and after hearing a relay click; the fans turn off and the on/off button starts to cycle 6 slow flashes follow by 5 slow flashes. I have replaced the lamp and the color is operating. What else could be causing this problem??
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
More than likely the problem is the CRT fluid and not the tube. Do a few google or fixya searches on CRT fluid and to get an idea of what it looks like when it gets cloudy.
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
U hear alots of clinking too,when tv power on and the projection lamp tried to come on?Yes,tv have a problems with it board call the Ballast board also.This Ballast board only job is to help ignite the tv projection lamp.
Posted on Feb 03, 2011
There is a very good chance that we have a bad lamp here again. Which is about the best case for you.
I think the first thing we should do here is take it out and inspect it. We might find that it is shattered and know without a doubt that it needs to be replaced.
Also if you don't know about the lamps in these sets here is some information: These lamps are a "consumer replaceable item" meaning they are made for you to change. This is similar to changing a light bulb in a lamp but allot more expensive and a little more difficult. These lamps last on average anywhere from 1 to 3 years before they need to be changed. They also burn out based upon the number of hours the tv is on and the number of times the tv is turned on in its life. The more you watch the tv the faster the lamp will burn out, and the more you turn the tv on and off the faster it will burn out. There is really no way to prolong the life of a lamp other than not watch the tv, so most people don't worry about it to much and just expect for this to happen ever couple of years.
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Posted on Mar 03, 2011
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