Question about Philips 55PW9363 55" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready Television

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Intermittent power I am away from my set at the moment so i can't check the model # it is a 55 in HD ready rear projection. The problem is no power. when I first plugged it in it came on & had full raster but none of the controls on the front of the set worked. after unplugging it & replugging it has not came back on. Any ideas on where I should start? I am lost. Thanks

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  • hosed1 Feb 05, 2008

    Thanks, But I need a little more detail. I would like to know which circuit controls the main switching on the set. Like on an older Toshiba (ICA01). This chassis has a totally different layout.

    Thanks

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Usually there will be a blink code on the front LED that you can use to diagnose the problem....if there is no Led lit.....pwr supply...if led is lit....deflection board..............

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