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Philips magnavox 60" rear projection no sound no picture

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That could be from

1) Faulty Lamp
2) Vertical/Horizontal Output IC
3) A Shorted IC driver
4) Blown fuse
5) Open resistors around the fuse

Keep all of these in mind and I would test the IC's first with a multimeter,IC's are transistors,usually having 3 legs and screwed into a heat sink,if they read 0 they are shorted. Also if you find something has gone bad,look around the component to see if there is an underlying problem as it will be frustrating and more expensive to find out after the first replacement.

Posted on Jul 07, 2009

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