I have a philips tv model# 27pt563s37a, when i try to turn on my tv i have to push the power button 20 times its been getting worse over the last month or so.each time you push the power button it stays on a litte longer as if its warming up or somthing.the tv is just over 4 years old.any idea what my might be wrong with my tv?
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Not sure which Philips TV model you have. But you can use the remote to scan the code by itself.
Try these steps::
1. Manually turn on your TV. Hold down the "Code Search" button on your remote, then press and release the device button you want to set up until it flashes.
2. Push the power button repeatedly until the TV turns off, then hit "Enter."
3. Press any other button while the TV is on to see if it responds. If it does, you don't need to do any other programming. If it doesn't, repeat steps
On your remote you will find a setup botton and what i want you to do is hit set up then hit the tv botton and hit channal up and do that untell it turns off your tv are the channal if that works it tv botton again and your remote will work other wise in the back of your remote it well tell you a code number and go on line to philips and they will give your your codes for you.
Turn on tv. On the remote, hold down 'Code Search' button until red light comes on remote. Press 'Chan +' button (on remote) repeatedly until the channel changes. Be patient, this could take lots of pushes. Once the channel changes on the tv, push the 'mute' button on the remote. You're set!
Try with the philips this method:
Manually turn on the tv or the device to be controlled.
Push and hold the code search button until the red lights stand.Now release the button push and release the tv button,then you got to push and release the on off button until the device turn off stop push and release the enter button.
You might need to push the on off button 1 to 150 times.
turn on the tv manually,then push and hold CODE SEARCH button until the red light stand still now release the button push and release the device button TV after that you got to push and release the ON/OFF button until the tv goes off stop.Now push the enter button to memorize the code check if the tv turn on with the remote.
You have to get some patience because you need to push the power button between 1 to 110 times.Good luck
Hi, I had the "Ghost In The Machine". I tried out what I descibed in my original posting.
#1. I unplugged The Set.
#2. I pushed in and held in the power button in for about 5 minutes before bedtime. ( The PC trick I learned) I gave it 5 minutes because a tv set has much more power inside it.
#3. I again pushed in and held the power button in again for 3 minutes the next morning.
#4. I plugged the tv in again. The red standby light was lit. The set did not immeadiatly come on when I tried to power it up.
#5. 5 Minutes later I returned and hit the power button on the remote and it came on like nothing ever was wrong.
#6. It has been fine now for 3 days!!! Powers up when commanded and shuts down like normal. It has yet to come back on or act up as it was doing.
I will keep a watch on it and if it starts up acting again I will repost. I hope this information will be of use to anyone who experienced the same problem. It didn't cost a dime, just some patience. Thanks for a forum that people can exchange information and save trouble and money unless all options are exhausted. Bill