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PHILIPS TV 32PT6441/37 SHUT DOWN

I'VE 32 INCHES TV PHILIPS IT'S WORK FINE PICTURE & SOUD BUT AFTER 10 SECONDS GET OFF BY SELF

 

PLEASE HELP ME WITH THIS MATTER

 

 

THANKS IN ADVANCE

 

BENNY LEON

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Install horiz driver kit # 483531057673 and replace 47mf/25v
cap in horiz drive circuit. Applies to all L04.01U chassis.....T.

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It might be due to

  • plug or socket loose where tv is connected.
  • loose connection in switch.
  • some connector loose in power supply
  •  switching transistor in power supply &horizontal section loose or wire open
  • some capacitor loose in oscilltor section in power supply.
  • if you are not tech. person please take help.
  • hope this will help
  • good luck

Posted on Oct 17, 2007

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