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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Right now, your TV is in " Protection Mode". A damaged part has occurred inside on one of the power supply boards. The red flashing light is a trouble code for a tech to trace the trouble circuit path.
If you have electronic experience with circuit boards, you can find a Service Manual for the TV on the internet for less than $20. This Service manual will have the schematics, red light codes, circuit diagram, and part number list you need to fix the board.
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
This should be an error code 14. Most of the Philips TVs with this code means the Audio is the problem.
The Audio board maybe shorted out causing the TV to go into "Protection Mode". I would try unplugging the Audio board from the main power supply board and main mother board to see if the TV powers up without going into Protection Mode. That should give an answer if the Audio board is bad or not.
Posted on Apr 01, 2010
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it sounds like you have a faulty fluid level switch if you fluid level is ok . you can replace the switch very easy and cheap. if you go to you local salvage yard and cut the switch head of the same make of car and cut the switch of you car and join the wires up they sould be the same colour that should solve the problem very cheap
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
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