Question about Philips 27PT5441 27" TV
North of the flyback is a 160 or 200 volt cap at 1MF to 4.7MF at 85 degrees. Replace with same capacity but use a high temp cap rated at 105 degrees. This is a very good start for repairs. I have not repaired one in somtime, so cannot give the exact locations or values. But it always the 160 to 200volt cap with less than 10MF that go down...good thing the caps in this set are only few! Find a hobbiest to fix this for you! Quick note as well replce the cap behind the flyback too. It is a 100volt 10 Mf . This one almost always goes on the fritz...take extra caution and not to much heat or you ruin or destroy the PC traces. Good Luck and be careful!!!!
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
Its the problem in the internal board the power supply board is getting short due to some faulty components on it. you will have to check out this with multimeter and replace the faulty components. you can get the required parts at www.radioshack.com or at www.partstore.com thanks.keep updated.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
Well this indicate failure/loss of Horizontal Drive. Horizontal drive is responsible for developing the high voltage necessary for lighting the picture tube.
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Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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1) With the printer powered off but connected to a power source, press the Power button while pressing and holding
the Stop/ Reset button.
2) When the Power LED is lit, press the Stop/Reset button two times while pressing and holding the Power button.
3) When releasing the Power button and the Stop / Reset button (regardless of order), the printer will move into a
service mode. (Waiting for menu selection)
4) When the LED lights in green, press the Stop/Reset button the specified number of time(s) according to the
function listed in the table below.(Each time the Stop/Reset button is pressed, the LED lights alternately in
orange and green, starting with orange.)
The number of the Reset
LED Function Remarks
0 time Green Power off
1 time Orange Service pattern print
2 times Green EEPROM print
3 times Orange EEPROM reset
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5 times Orange Destination setting See Destination setting
6 times Green Print head deep cleaning
11 times Orange Button / LCD checking
12 or more times Returns to a menu selection
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