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No picture on my philips 42PF7321D/37

Every time I turn on my TV in the morning when the TV itself is cold, I see the LED Green ON (on the left bottom corner side), and I hear a relay click, and seconds later I hear sound (with no video) a second later I hear a click again on the relay, sound goes off, still no video, and the LED stays ON, nothing else happens then.I try to turn the tv off but no relay click is heard, and LED is OFF. sometiems the TV does not respond any more but still I have to try to turn the LED offto get it to work, I have to unplug the power cord for a couple of seconds.when I plug the power cord again. I can hear the relay click again, the LED ON for seconds and then off again,then I turn th TV ON relay click is heard LED ON and sonund begins, but the video takes like 1 or 2 minutes to come but in the process picture appears and desappears several times until it stabilizes, and TV wrks perfectly.when the TV is warm I turn it off and on again the startup is normal; sound and video appears immediately as it should be always.

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  • smartmax Jul 22, 2009

    Do you know that CAPS, if not do anyone have a service manuel for my TV philips 42PF7321D/37.

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    After I turn off the TV, it's silent for a minute or so, and then clicks 5-7 times. It is silent for another minute or so, then clicks again (5-7 times) and keeps repeating this pattern. I've unplugged it overnight to reset it, but that has not fixed the issue. The TV performs normally when on; no clicking at all. Anyone know what the cause of the clicking when off is? Thanks!

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Bad caps in the power supply must be replaced .

Posted on Jul 21, 2009

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