Question about Philips Magnavox 55P9271 55" Rear Projection Television
I have exactly the same problem with Philips 36 inch CRT flat screen. Problem is TV "freeze up" after it has been on for a while. The TV works great, but after being on for some time, none of the controls on the set or on the remote will respond. Can't change channel, adjust the volume, enter menu, or power the set off. The only way to shut it down is to disconnect the power, then It has to sit for several hours (sometimes overnight)(sometimes minutes) before it can be turned back on, then it works perfectly for a while until it locks up again. Any advice I could get would be much appreciated.
Sounds like you need to get a Green Setup remote but if you are using this privately you will not be able to obtain one to program the tv. They are only available to hotels since the tv's are for commercial use.
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
Leaky tact switches on control panel. Part number is 242212802742. Takes 6. They will cost you around 6.00 a piece. Lower front panel pulls off. Be careful as there are two cables attached to htis panel. This should take care of your issues.
Pete....Digital TV & Radio in NC
Posted on May 29, 2009
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Turn on the TV set, bring up the convergence menu and make sure the three colors--red, green and blue--converge and overlap at the cross in the center of the screen. This is needed to help converge the TV later. Turn off and unplug the TV.
Remove the front screen by popping off the bezel and pulling the three combined screens out. Place wide cellophane tape around the frame to prevent the three screens from separating. Lay the screen someplace where it won't be bent or scratched.
Remove the circuit board from the bottom of the CRT neck. It may be held in place by one screw or glued in place with silicon. Pull it out without twisting it.
Disconnect the large red wire from the high voltage transformer by grasping it with a large side cutter and rocking it from side to side to lift up the fastener. Disconnect the two bundles of wires from the main circuit board and leave them hanging from the CRT.
Remove the ground connectors by releasing their tabs with a narrow screwdriver.
Remove the CRT assembly from the TV by removing its four flat-bladed screws and pulling it out of the TV. Lay the CRT down with its filler plug facing up in a location far away from the TV's circuit boards.
sincerely. God bless you
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