Question about Samsung PS50Q97HDX 50 in. Plasma TV
Each pixel of a plasma television contains a red, blue and green phosper. These immite a flourescent light individually to produce a nice bright picture. The odds of all of these pixels dying at the same time is so slight, it is likely to never happen before the return of Christ. So your black screen is another problem. There is an ultroviolet light emitting photo that causes these other photons to give off light. My diagnosis without actually inspecting your unit, is that your ultraviolet photon generator needs replacement. These usually last in an excess of ten years so while it may be a costly repair, if you otherwise are happy with your unit, you may want to repair it. Your only other option is to replace it.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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