Question about Philips 42PF7220A 42 in. Plasma Television
Just a couple of days ago when I turned on the TV I got the green light, followed by some clicking and a few seconds later the red light flashed 5 times. This continued. I called Philips, they had me unplug the power and everything else that was hooked to the TV, leave it off for a few minutes and then turn it back on. It didn't help. Can you help me?
After you remove the back cover inspect the power supply board for swollen or bulging capacitors. Pull and check any capacitors that you suspect to be swollen. Next, look for a sticker in the upper right hand side of the TV set. Use the values you find on the sticker to calibrate the voltages on the power supply board.
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