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Phillips mod.#55pw9363/17f i have sound but no picture no av number no display at all on any input dvd cable satelite only soun no picture??

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  • ccmengineeri Dec 12, 2009

    how would i determine if a capacitor is bad, is it obvious. i am an electrician so i have a vom and some troubleshooting skills but limited experience with component repairs

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These TVs are well known for bad capacitors near FBT fyback Transfomer 100uf 160v 200uf 250v, alot of poor solder connections on power supply board or Bad high Voltage Trippler Block

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    ladywinn Dec 12, 2009

    Start out with Checking your Hori output Transistor near FBT it might be shorted your high voltage is not coming up Capacitors if you are lucky they will puff up on Top others will either be leaky on bottom of them or just will not hold charge when turn theres also a 1ohm resistor that feeds to hori output Transistor that has been know to open You have a Focus/screen drive Block it will have 3 controls on top for Focus to each Tube R/G/B and 3 under them for screen drives to each Tube R/G/B thats the part thats replaced alot Go online to Encompass Parts type in your Model number they list 587 Parts to this TV Look For Part number for Trippler Block they do go bad alot, you can also look up Mats Electronics 1-800-628-1118 ask them to send you a catalog book! I understand none of your Tubes are lighting? resolder all the pinns on your FBT and It could be Bad thats produces all the voltages to circuits.

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Not shure what you or asking, if how to hock this up well , it's so easy, I've never though about it.

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