Question about Philips 27PT5441 27" TV
At the top of my picture I have white lines. I can see through them and the rest of the picture is behind them but as the picture moves you see a "ghost" of another part of the picture. Like on a football game...you see the score up top but as the picture changes you also see the ghosts of something else in the picture, like the fans in the stands. Anything I can so about this short of spending 200 bucks to fix it?
There is a bad condenser in the vertical circuit. take it to a tv shop and have the capacitor replaced. and the pix will be good as new..
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
The capacitor you will change is location 2465, a 100volt10Mf cap. Becareful not to use much heat as this will destroy the PC trace....use extra caution as you have on chance at correcting this. The location is behind the flyback transformer! And north of the transformer is another cap you may as well replace, located north of the flyback, it is a 200 volt 1 Mf cap as an extra fix. Also use a high temp cap at 105 degrees for both of these!
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
You my friend have a haunting, over active imagination, or you focus to hard. If you focus to hard things will look like they are moving.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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