Question about Philips 27PT5445 27" TV
You have a bad capacitor near the flyback transformer. I beleive it is a 100volt 10 Mf at 85degrees. Replace with a 100volt 10Mf at 105 degrees. This will cure your problem. Ah yes the location# is 2465 and near the flyback transformer. Be extra cautious, because the pc trace is delicate and you can ruin this and the TV. And you may as well replace capacitor 2415, it is a 160 volt 2.2 cap. By now it is week and will cause a shut down soon. Relace with same value at 105 dgrees for more dependable time! This cap is north east of the flyback transformer! Good Luck and be careful!
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
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