Question about Philips Lj41-04218a For 50pfp5332d/37 Y-buffers Board
You may have a blown bulb, if it's a DLP or LCD TV.
If it's a plasma (particularly 2008 - 2010 model) you may have some blown capacitors on one or more of your boards.
It could be a bad X axis board or Y axis board. Could be about 15 other things, too. As much as you will want to avoid this, believe me when I tell you that this is like playing Russian roulette. You may get really lucky and buy the right board to fix it, or you may be like the majority of us who have gone down this path, buying one component after the next, only to find that we could have purchased a brand new one for what we spent trying to fix the one that still isn't fixed yet.
There comes a time when a wise person recognizes the risk/reward is too lop-sided to the wrong side, at which point all losses are cut, and the wise person is able to move on with nothing more than a sad face and a lighter wallet.
Really hoping it's just a blown bulb from an LCD (though they aren't cheap by any stretch).
Sorry to bear bad news.
Posted on Oct 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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