Question about Philips 60PP9202 60" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready Television

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I just wanted to post that I was able to purchase the IC units and tested all resistors on this Philips TV and fixed 1 of 5 that we found in a storage unit.

The convergence was the problem and I was able to carefully label each wire and connector before removing the board. Then after I removed the board (finally) I desoldered the ICs, removed them, and soldered the new ones in. I tested the resitors and they tested at .4ohms each, they were fine.

Reconnected and reinstalled board. Tested all lines with a VCR, instant success, converged on it's own. Doing another one tommarow, wish me luck!

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  • dvsax Jan 02, 2008

    Today I worked on two more of these TVs. Replaced the ICs on both and they each needed 2 resistors. The resistors turn brown when they go out. But I tested each one. The first TV worked perfectly after the fix. However the second one still has a fuzzy red outline around white and warm colors. I need a solution to this problem now. Of the five so far, I've fixed 2, semi-fixed 1. and havent started the last 2.

  • dvsax Jan 10, 2008

    Ok I have replaced all the resistors and ICs in the 5 TVs.

    1 has a yellow tinted area in the middle of the screen. Need help here.

    2 have FUZZY red and/or blue convergence crosshairs. ICs & Res. are new SO I need help here.



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