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I will say I have not worked on this particular model. I would say you have a bad SSB. Small Signal Board. This can produce a white raster. The inverters are working,as you say the screen is lit. And sound is good. I would have to once again say you have problems with the small signal board. Visit your local Philips Service Center. Thanks for asking!

Posted on May 11, 2010

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