Question about Philips 55PW9363 55" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready Television

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55 philips replaced ic's as suggested and still red /blue around everything...


ok heres some pics with the crosses cant move adjust or anything ... replaced ic with exact ones you suggested ... what do you think ? its killing me ....

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  • blue muscle Apr 04, 2008

    sorry i put the wrong one in my last reply its 55pp935217

  • blue muscle Apr 04, 2008

    NO DIDNT LIFT OUT I FEEL DUMB .. I PUT AN OHM METER ON THEM AND ALL AROUND AND JUST SEEN WHAT THEY READ ... FROM THE PIC WE KNOW 2 ARE OUT .. BUT DONT REALLY KNOW HOW TO USE OHM METER ...

  • blue muscle Apr 04, 2008

    THE ONE I GOT IS DIGITAL OK SO YOU THINK THE 2 IN THE PICK MIGHT BE DIFFERENT AND NOT JUST BURNT ... I WILL CHECK THEM LIKE YOU MENTIONED THEY LOOK A LITTLE BROWN AROUND THE EDGES



    DO YOU THINK I DID ANY HARM TO THE NEW IC'S BY TRYING THE SET WITHOUT REPLACING ?

  • blue muscle Apr 04, 2008

    3157, 3158, 3159, 3160 ARE ALL OPEN .. WHEN I PUT METER ON THEM MY HAS A BEEP SETTING THERE THE ONLY ONES FROM 31-- TO 3160 THE NUMBERS YOU MENTIONED THAT DONT BEEP OR THE NUMBERS MOVE ...



    RAN TV FOR ABOUT 15-30 MINUTES ....



    OK THESE RESITORS LOOK LIKE BEIGE BODY , BRONZE OR GOLD , BROWN OR BLACK, ORANGE, DARK GRAY OR BLACK...



    ANY CLUE TO WHAT THEY ARE AND CAN GET THEM AT SAME PLACE ?

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Now the heading list your model as 55PW9363 Which model number is your set? If the resistors arent open it has to be a pico fuse, But I wasnt aware that the DPTV series have pico fuses, they do have fusible links solderd directly to the circuits. Let me know your accurate model number. I was under the impression it was the 55PP9352/17 which is the DPTV305 series chassis or Mag01 which is the same except for magnavox

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    Sonny Berry Apr 04, 2008

    did you check the resistors i indicated in the post before my last by lifting 1 leg out of circuit to see if they are open, because if they arent within 5% tolerance you wont have any control over the convergence. And that model usually will open at least two of the 6.8 ohm resistors when the ICs go out.

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    Sonny Berry Apr 04, 2008

    After you lift one leg out of circuit just set the ohms meter to RX10 or RX100 for ohms ifs it isnt digital and if the resistor has continuity(needle moves) its probably good. if the needle doesnt move its open and will need to be replaced.

  • Sonny Berry
    Sonny Berry Apr 04, 2008

    usually the ics will hold up for a little bit. If you find an open resistor replace the open ones, and your ICs should still be good if you didnt run it for very long . Those ICs are pretty strong when they are new.

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    Sonny Berry Apr 04, 2008

    the resistors that are open should be 6.8 ohm like all the rest in the series of numbers that i listed in the other post to you. I cant tell by the banding unless you cab be absolutely certain of their colors. but according to the service manual those resistors that I listed last night should all be 6.8 ohm all the way to and including3160. did you buy this set new? Is there a possibility that someone before you put the wrong ohm resistors in, as they should be 6.8 ohm also.

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