Question about Philips 50PFP5332D 50 in. Plasma Television
EVerytime I try to turn the TV on it just starts clicking rapidly and will never fully turn on. I have to unplug the TV to get it to stop and it wont fix the problem. What do I do to fix??? Please Help
As there is a Click Noise, more likely it is Power Supply Board. You need to Open the TV. Make sure it would be Unplugged. You need to Take all the Precautions. Locate the Power Supply Board. Remove the Connectors and Pull out the Board. Once you Pull out the Board, with the Help of Magnifying Glass, locate Cold Solder Joint. If Everything is OK, then you would Locate Bulged / Leaked / Swelled Caps. They would have Ammonia kind of Odor. You need to De-Solder them. You could take the same to Radio Shack / Fry's / Order Online. Once you get the New Caps, Solder them and it is all set.You also need to Check Fuses around that.
Getting a Service Manual for this Model could be tough, but i would be able to ask few vendors, in case problem would not be resolved. Usually, you could easy repair the Power Supply Board, if you could catch Few Bad Caps ( which i assume as you heard a Click Sound ).
Let me know,once done.
Hope i helped you.
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Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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