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I have a 51pp9200d rear projection made by philips. I went to turn it on today and audio came on like normal but only for a second or two then stopped. The picture never appeared and the power button blinks slow six times, then one fast and repeats. Can you help? Ive unplugged the unit for a few minutes and plugged it back in and it still doesnt work.

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  • nate85dogg04 Jun 18, 2009

    Is the fuse inside the power supply or attached outside? Could you tell me exactly where to look so I can relay the imformation to my TV Tech? Should the fuse look like a resistor? Is there a possiblility that the power supply is bad? Where can I find parts for tvs nowadays? Thanks again

  • nate85dogg04 Jun 18, 2009



    Positivly nothing had ever been spilled inside the tv. Do you still think that changing the fuse would STILL fix this problem even wikthout the "spillage"?

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Try to check your remote control maybe you press someting or try to reset it using your remote control. Else turn off your unit and unplug all its wire then after 5 mins try to plug its wire then try to turn it on and obeserve its result. If the problem continues then better call a technician and let it check or try to call the supplier to ask support in this problem directly to them to have more detail information to solve this problem.

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    Jonas Awayan Jun 19, 2009

    You can change the fuse but you have to consider first that if you change the fuse make it sure that you have the right fuse and proper installation of it. Cause sometimes there are fuse that are not compatible to the unit/device. I recommend that if you want to change the fuse first try the solution that i have earlyier then if it not works then contact a technician or a shop near in your place cause they have a better tools in fixing that device or unit.


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Many things can be wrong here. simplest thing could be a fuse on the audio board blown. but let me stress that taking the back cover off the tv and poking around can be VERY DANGEROUS AND DEADLY. most t.v.s ive seen with this problem have had something spilled inside the tv

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    Rohit Asthana Jun 18, 2009

    Check the site www.TvRepairKits.com.
    They have put together a couple of kits to fix the chirping set/dead
    set condition. If you don't see your model listed send them and email
    and they will build a parts kit for you.

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Dear nate

This is a common problem with some of these models. Unfortunately this code means there is a short in the power supply. It is quite possible that the internal fuse had blown and needs replacement.

Fortunately it doesn't mean your TV is dead! A TV technician should be able to do this. The fuse is typically located behind the lamp but this will depend on your specific model.

Best of luck!

With regards

Liveks

Posted on Jun 18, 2009

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