Question about Philips Televison & Video
The only non-obvious thing to check from user level point of view is the PAL/NTSC settings on TV and devices, but if the TV is in use on the country of purchase, and if you get the same problem using different devices, then this should not be the problem.
If the TV does not display any input, and you are sure that the source/input selector button on remote is working, then the TV has a fault signal board, that on this models should be integrated on the digital board. The TV in that case must be fixed by a technician.
Try connecting the DVD directly (bypassing cable box), using a SCART that you know is working. If you cannot see the DVD display after selecting EXT1 and EXT2 , then it is a faulty signal input on TV.
Ensure that the problem are not cables.
Try also the following:
If yous still cannot watch the DVD signal, then the TV is faulty.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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