Question about Philips 50PF7220A Television
I read what one blog posted by Doug Mohr and started out by examining the power cord and UPS. The set had been plugged into a power supply that either provides surge protection or surge protection plus battery back up.
I changed the power cord connection from surge protection and battery back up to surge protection only. It has been two days since making this change and the problem has evaporated. I intend to change the power cord as well.
If the problem comes back I will go deeper down the path others have taken before me and change out the two capacitors with 3300 uF at 25 volts,105C.Capicitors only display a problem that is up stream. However, if the board was under designed this change from 10 volt to 25 volt and high temperature capacitors will solve the problem, or fry a down stream component.
With FPL I have no options
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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