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Television problem My Philips 32/pw6517/05 keeps turning itself to standby mode, first for a short time. Now it turns off as soon as you turn it on. Can you offer any advice

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  • mimilove Mar 06, 2008

    my tv screen doesnt even come on. it sounds like the screen it wrming up the when it would have usually turned on the green light starts to blink. occassionally i will get sound for 15 seconds then thats out after that. whats wrong and what do i need to fix it. is there a site that has some sort of diagram of how to do what i need to do to fix it myself? please help.!! its so boring with NO tv.


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Hi there!
I would start with power supply caps and regulators. However it could really be anywhere on the circuit, Philips TVs are error sensitive so I would recommend a repair technician. Good Luck, Jus004

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