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I own a Philips 42PF7220A/37 42'' TV (LED flashes red, some people on the net say its the capacitor c2074 to be replaced with a 2200uf 35v. for some reason i cant seem to find that capacitor number. can somebody please help me.

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Most likely the problem is your Philips 42PF7220A/37, may not have the same power supply board as other people are talking about on the net. So, the C2074 capacitor maybe under a different number.
The best thing I would do if I had the same problem is to get a Service Manual on the internet. It cost about less than $20. Right now your TV is in " Protection Mode" and blinking a trouble code with the red light. The Service Manual will tell you what the red light blinking code means. Plus, it will give you schematics, part numbers list, and test point for diagnosing. It's better to have a manual for fixing than going by guesses over the internet.

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