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Phillips 37 LCD Service Manual

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My Philips LCD just went dead today, 6 Flashing read lgihts. I was doing some searches on Google for a solution and came across your post. I was wondering if you could E-mail me the service manual of the TV so i can get a better understanding of what the red light sequence means. Have a good day.

37PF9631D/37

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