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60PP9202 No Color

I have a Phillips 60PP9202 and every once in a while the color goes completely out. When I say completely, I mean it goes to black and white. Already replaced the convergence IC chips for a previous problem, but this had happened before they were replaced.

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  • Paul Welch
    Paul Welch Sep 25, 2007

    Doesn't happen all the time, and usually only lasts for a few seconds. Screen kind of flickers then goes back to full color.

  • Paul Welch
    Paul Welch Oct 01, 2007

    Hasn't happened since my last post, but I would like suggestions if it decides to happen again.

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Bad chroma processor or related component....accordianman

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