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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Black screen, blinking led
actually, unless the control board is identical(which it isn't) that would be a bit of a stretch.. Let's see..can you let me know what is the model number of your set?
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
SOURCE: Philips 42PF5321D/37 Error Codes
replacing ssb for 4 blink error was correct as error is communication failure specific to micro processor on ssb. getting an alternate error after replacing ssb would suggest either wrong ssb or defective ssb. verify vendor number on ssb tuner on original and new ssb and if same reorder that board and if not order per original board
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
Unplug the Y main and see if the 7-blink stop and go to a green solid. If so replace the Y main.If not unplug the X main and do the same. Check the voltages on the PSU and make sure they are correct with the voltages as the panle says.
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
hello the red blinking lights is a service code when this happens it means theres a power problem or a fualty circut. it happens alot with these new plasma and lcd tv's its very common since these units have built in protection and power loss a fualt or short will cuase this.
the tv needs service the tech will know what to look for according to the number of blinks.
hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
I work on Daytek 4660 models. I have seen the problem you are having and have solved it a couple of times by replacing all the capacitors in the power supply. If you use an oscilloscope to measure the voltages they may appear fine, however I have solved this problem by replacing all the capacitors in the 2ndary circuit of the power supply. It doesn't always work, but has worked in about half of the TVs that have come in with this problem. Also, just to make sure, if you remove the shielding from the board that drives the LCD panel make sure the little smt fuse is good. It's right on the 5V power line close to the ribbon connector from the main board.
Posted on May 20, 2010
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