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Philips 60PP9352 60 in. tv

My philips 60" rear projection turns itself off after 3-4 seconds of powering up. The picture never actually comes on, it is just a blank screen and then it shuts itself off

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    My philips 60" rear projection turns itself off after 3-4 seconds of powering up. The picture never actually comes on, it is just a blank screen and then it shuts itself off

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Do you hear the tubes crackle at all as they normally would when first firing up, or looking into the back of the set, can you see any light at the base of the 3 tubes when it is powered on.

You are best to get someone else to turn the set on, while you look into the back of the set. (keep clear obviously)

If not, then it could be the either the fly back transformer has failed, or the splitter the 3 tubes are fed from has failed.

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If your tv is not returning any diagnostinc message, for example red led flashing a number of times, then it is difficult to find out what the problem is without opening the tv and testing parts inside.
Usually, when tv turns off this way it is a short or a problem with power supply. Power supply must be tested first.
If it is not power supply or a short, defective control board can cause similar problem, turning tv off suddenly.
If you are an experience TV and electronix DIYer, then get your multimeter, test power unit and post back result here for more toubleshooting.
If you do not have a strong background in servicing TV, I suggest you to call a repairman in your area, the operation above must be done with live electicity in, and there is hig risk of hazard.

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Try using a different power cable if applicable and try hooking TV directly to a power outlet

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Seems there are some faulty or failed components in your set.

The mainboard or the powerboard might need to be replaced or some convergence ic chips / capasitors / resistors.

Unless you are willing todo that, I think the best solution is to take it in for service. Maybe another expert will have more exact knowledge on this problem?

Posted on Apr 15, 2008

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