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Philips brilliance 200wp
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
nice anecdote, fixing things from far is not easy, a t.v.-technician right in front of the actual screen could tell more- but they don't come for free, alas. hope that people's idea about problem solving lead up to you fixing a problem yourself - hey this here is for free - to sort wxperts, one needs feedback! thx alot
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
scle193, What happened that you needed to replace electrolytic capacitors? Why ??? Still no sign of power??? Did you pay attention to polarity when replacing the capacitors? Did you document you work with a digital camara to make sure that you could put it back together without having any leftover parts or unconnected cables. Have you measured the dc voltages at the output of the SMPS? Have you checked any and /or all onboard mounted FUSES?? What was the original complaint you had with this monitor? Have you tried to get a service manual or schematic from Philips? Get back to me with info
if you can. lmistyrel @aol.com bye for now. louie12fix
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
Check the tv power supply board,that board where the power a/c cord plug into it.Most common problems on these power supply board are dying and leakages capacitors components parts.Check the power supply board carefully,if u have dying or leakages capacitors parts,these capacitors parts will bulges ups,will not have a flat cylinder heads like the rest of the other capacitors coponents parts.Replaces all these dying and leakages capacitors parts with the same Miro fared and the voltages little higher like 5 to 10 volts higher,the power supply board should not have this problem again.U have all equipments to do basic soldering works and u understand basic electronic wright?Then u should have no problems by replacing all of these dying and leakages capacitors parts that are bulges ups onto it cylinder heads on the power supply board.If u can't do this,tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,eBay.com to by a whole new refurbish power supply board for the replacement.
Posted on Aug 23, 2012
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