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Unit doesnot power up

Unit`s power-LED continues to flash once power-button is pushed. At times, unit can be unplugged and plugged back in and sometimes unit will power-up.

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  • jays2 Apr 28, 2008

    had same problem, use a usb pen drive and download update from philips website. make sure you format it to fat. not fat32. download to computer then unzip the file to the usb drive. turn off tv and put the usb drive in the slot on the right side of the tv, then turn on tv. if done correctly it will show an update screen and update automatically.

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Try resoldering the pins where the flyback enters the chassis as well as the horizontal output transistor and Vertical output IC

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