Question about Philips Televison & Video
Philips Model 32PF5520D/10 When switching on from standby I often get a blank blue screen which cannot be changed by use of the remote control. I have to switch off at the handset and then turn off the power at the socket. After several seconds turn the power back on and use the handset and generally it then starts up correctly.
Is there any thing I can do to remedy this?
Many thanks.....William J Palmer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi mcloud Your problem is your video circuit.the component could be faulty or it has lose solder.have a tech look on your set for repairs.good luck.
Posted on Apr 26, 2007
SOURCE: Philips 29PT9418/69G
A qualified tech will need to practice visual acuity technique! Look at power supply circuit for signs of stress,dis-coloration and/or bad connects.Check for bad 47mf/25v cap in area of stress.Replace BC-327-25 xistor w/BC-328 and replace BC-337-25 w/BC-338,if present in your set's chassis style.
Posted on Sep 25, 2007
SOURCE: Philips wide screen TV
OK sorted the problem on my set. Replaced the capacitor ref: 2455 on main board it is a 47uf 25v but i was told a 35v will work as well? But mine is a 28pw6506/05
Posted on Nov 17, 2007
SOURCE: System won't power up
ITS BROKE - YOU HAVE TO GET IT FIXED OR THROW IT OUT. SAME THING HAPPENED TO US -UNDER WARRANTY BUT WE HAVE TO PAY THE $80 TO SHIP IT TO THEM. WHAT A FARSE.
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
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