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Solid light for few seconds blinks 3 times then 2 times and repeats no high voltage or sound this is a true flat philips tv with philips chassis also used in some magnavox tvs

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  • ex32006 Jul 30, 2009

    have already done the soldering thing nearly entire board the blinking light is an error code and i need to know what it is i am an electronics repairman but cant find the error codes

  • ex32006 Jul 30, 2009

    i just noticed this is in projection set category this is a flat tube tv have checked all that you talked about numerous times the blinking is a code i just need to know where to find what the code means i have come across this many times if it were just blinking i would keep searching the board but its trying to tell me somthing :)

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Hi! I`vw had no dealings with this particular set but have you checked the HT supply coming out of the PSU? Does the HT stay there or is it being shut down by the uPC?? It may be worth disconnecting a few things like sound O/P. If the HT is shutting down, it sounds like there`s a short or a leak somewhere. One of the main ailments with most philips TV`s are the electrolytics, they`re absolutely ****, It may be worth running a hairdryrer over the board to warm them up. I`ve had this problem a lot with the projection and standard CRT sets. Hope this helps you. Ian

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Light blinks 3 times, then 2 times and repeats, but my questions is, are you getting a screen display? If you're not getting a dispaly or picture, the problem could be the bulb inside the TV is burnt out.

If the bulb is okay, then you may want to check the following:

Capacitors, resistors, diodes, transistors or IC (Integrated Circuit). One of these components maybe bad and it could be one of the possible cause of the problem

Hope this helps and have a nice evening!

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Hi

The cause of lights flashing frequently is the board of the power supply. If you have electrical expertise and know how to work with soldering iron you can fix it as these sets have high voltages even when it’s switched off. Generally the main causes are invisible cracks or dry joints and cold soldering. Turn TV OFF and disconnect from outlet. Remove TV back cover. Remove board with transformers (power supply). That board has many components on the back side. Try to see small cracks or not properly soldering dots. Use some magnifier. Resolder all not good soldering dots.

Please do accept the solution if the issue is resolved or else revert for further assistance.


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