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Tv switches off by itself

Philips 29pt6021 tv switches off by itself after a time. I heated up the small signal panel and now display wont show channel numbers

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I saw a no of similar problems on your site. Seems to be the painter chip/small signals board

Posted on May 13, 2009

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The TV tuner takes time to decode the cable signals. There are several resolutions (720,1080p, 1080i) and screen display ratios(4:3,16:9...).

In my TV setup you can let the TV decide which is the best display ratio or you can choose one and it will adapt each show to that. The preset one changes channels faster.

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  1. Switch on TV and switch to any analogue channel.
  2. On the TV: Press and hold the MENU button.
  3. Menu screen will appear on the display.
  4. Do not release the MENU until the menu screen disappears.
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Tv switches off by itself


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try putting a small fan blowing air directly behind it.
if this doesnt help then you may need to take it to a repair shop.

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You will have to run the Autoprogram menu function from the menu. Here are the steps

Press the MENU button on the remote control.
Use the cursor down to select Installation in the Settings menu.
Use the cursor right to enter the Installation menu.
Select Autoprogram in the Installation menu.
Use the cursor right to enter the Autoprogram menu.
Press the OK button.
Select Cable or Antenna in the Installation mode.
When Antenna is selected, the TV will detect antenna signals and will search for antenna TV (NTSC and ATSC) channels available in your local area.
When Cable is selected, the TV will detect cable company supplied signals and will search for cable TV (NTSC,ATSC, QAM modulated) channels available in your area.
Make sure that registration with your cable TV provider and connection of equipment are completed.
Press the green button “Next” on the remote control.
Press the green button “Start” to start autoprogramming.
The menu screen disappears and the progress of autoprogramming is displayed.The progress bar indicates the number of analog and digital TV channels found. (Also digital channels via CableCARD are being programmed.
When Autoprogramming is complete, a message appears confirming the completion and the TV switches to the first installed TV channel.

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