Question about Philips HSB3280/F7 Micro Hi-Fi Soundbar System Refurbished
Checking connections, bypass remote and do at unit, the blue light shows when powered on, so has power, but nothing on display. We barely use the unit so it shouldn't be worn out. There is no online info on this one.
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Posted on May 07, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
reset the device to factory settings, it is written in your manual how to do this. If that doesnot work, unplug the powersocket for about 30minutes, it will cause an internal reset which might solve it.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
You just remove batteries , unplug all cables, then put everything back together. This will reset the unit to factory settings.
Posted on May 15, 2009
Check the iPod dock connector for dust or pocket-lint. Use compressed air to blow it out if there's debris in there.
Then check the sound bar's connector to make sure the universal dock connector is clean and doesn't have any damage to the connector.
Posted on Jan 14, 2010
I have the same problem with the same model, so obviously it's not a single-unit problem. My only solution, since taking it back isn't feasible at this point, is to have a DVD on play-pause so that it's not on standby. Waste of energy, so I don't do it all the time, only when I'm sitting in the room late at night making the high-pitched noise hard to ignore.
Posted on May 06, 2010
Well it's definitely either a failing power supply or a capacitor on a board somewhere that has gone bad. Trying to say which one remotely is like trying to pick which light-bulb failed on the front of a casino without looking at it. You are going to want to take apart the machine and inspect each cap one by one to inspect for damage. If you can't find anything then you will need to look into replacing the power supply.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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