Question about Televison & Video
At eight years old, likley the power supply is failing. You can try unplugging for a1/2 hour and then plugging it back in to see if you get any power lights or hear any noise. If it makes noise for a second and then cuts out, it is very possible that the power supply has some bad capacitors on it. Depending on your level of technical ability you can either find another power supply or change the capacitors. If you look at the power supply, any capacitor that is bulging on top is bad. Really bad ones will look like they are leaking with a residue on top.
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On many of these (I am not familiar with this exact one) you push the volume up and down buttons on the set (not the remote) at the same time and hold them for a second or two. Try this. Philips has a customer help line that can help you as well, but expect a long wait and much irritation.
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