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Won't turn on

My set lights as if it is receving power. but it won't come on. no sound, unless i un plug it and plug it back up. but other than that there is nothing. the remote won't trun it on either. what's going on?

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  • Nancy614 Apr 18, 2008

    My 2004 Philips 51PP9303H/17 Rear Projection TV I got 2 months ago (used) was in perfect working condition until yesterday when it won't turn on anymore. Misplaced the manual. Any idea what went wrong, and how (or even if) it can be fixed?



    Thanks so much for your help.

  • Nancy614 Apr 21, 2008

    My problem is corrected! After a day of TV not turning on, I unplugged both the power strip from the wall and power cord again, plugged them both back in, and this time, whalla! It turned on again. Electricity is a funny thing, I've been told a few times! Just thankful it is working again, as it's barely four years old.

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You have a bad regulator circuit in the power supply.

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