I see that you are quite talented when it comes to fixing televisions. Would you mind letting me know what the steps are to fix this TV? It's the same problem that I see a lot of people having, the top few inches of the TV have "rolled over". Thanks much in advance.
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The repair for the tuner shield is quite simple but it might not fix it at this point.
1. Remove the back cover.
2. Remove the PCB from the where is attach to.
3. Remove the tuner's shield from the top and bottom side.
4. Locate the grounds from the shield and apply fresh solder.
5. Once the solder is done, install the shield cover back on.
The red colour before the TV went black could be related to a dry or crystallized solder at the CRT video amplifier board.
I don't know about this particular philips chassis but I've got a phillips tp3281 with a #32d700-7570 chassis with the same problem: apparently common with philips sets. I opened mine up and discovered the burnt capacitor that others have reported, replaced this as recommended with a higher rated one. In many cases this is apparently ALL that is required to fix the prblm (a 50 cent part)unless other components are also damaged which appears to be the case with mine. This repair is about $150 here locally at a shop which I didn't want to put into a relatively old set. Have you opened up your set yet? Do a Google search on your set and you might find that others have had the same problem and a simple fix could be possible. Also you could check the following site as they seem to be quite savvy and responsive with TV repair questions: http://www.tv-forums.com; Hope that helps!
Since the TV is only 2 months pld, it must be covered under Warranty. Just take it to the Service Centre and get it fixed.
Froim your description it seems that the Horizontal Oscillator or Output section has a short circuit.