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Philips 37PF7321D LCD TV

I purchased this set as part of a liquidation lot, as the protective glass front was shattered. The TV functioned perfectly, but cosmetically, it was a mess. I removed the remains of the shattered glass, and now when I plug the TV in, it clicks on and off continually. It does not respond to the power button or remote. Just clicks on, clicks off... Again, and again and again until I unplug it. Any suggestions? It worked fine one day, and kaput the next... The set is brand new, as it still has all the protective tape etc where the mfr had put it for packaging...

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Re: Philips 37PF7321D LCD TV

Try to replace the power supply board of your tv.

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That shattered looking glass effect is your LCD panel shattered. Your panel needs to be replaced. Would be more cost effective to replace your TV.

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Hello my name is john I have a 47'' philips LCD tv the screen got broke it works find on pic what new panels will fit it 707 490 5318 john

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My TV set keeps turning off by itself.

Since the lamp is the original I suggest replacing the lamp. There is a Black Lamp Door in the rear of the set. Remove the Door and then the Lamp Exhaust Duct. Then you will see the lamp. Loosen the one screw on the Lamp and pull straight out. Now look at the front of the lamp. If you see shattered glass in side then you have a bad lamp. Note: Sometimes there will be no shattered glass and the Lamp can still be bad. When you have the new lamp becareful not to touch the front glass, not even once. Reinstall the new Lamp in the reverse order and make sure that you reinstall the Lamp Door and tighten the screw as the tv will not work with the door missing. The Lamp part# is BP96-01472A.

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When you turn it in, do you get an image? And if it is the LCD screen ( not the front protected glass) then yeah you might as well junk the TV. The cost for a replacement LCD screen exceed the cost of the unit. Sorry about the bad news, just being honest. Turn the television, if the LCD is cracked, then you will see it right away when the television is turned on.

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Screen protection

Have you thought about fencing off, or locking the door, to the area to keep the toddler away from the TV set? This would be my solution.

Some of the manufactures have a screen protector that will fit on to a set. These are very expensive because they are of optical quality to not show any colour tinting or have minimum possible light reflection. I have seen some in the price range of about $400+. For this, you could contact the manufacture or the place that sold you the set.

Another solution:

What I can suggest is to go to a glass re-finisher, and have him custom fit a piece of clear high quality acrylic sheet in front of the set. He will have to custom make you some brackets to be able to hang the sheet in front of the set. It will not be opticaly perfect for your set, but you can leave it on for general watching.

Be prepaired to spend at least a few hundred dollars or more for something custom made. In any case, the cost will be much cheaper than replacing the TV set. LCD screens are very fragile, and can be easily damged by just simply touching them too hard.

Jerry G.

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