Question about Philips 42PFL5603D - 42 IN. LCD HDTV
Assuming it is an infra-red sensor with 3 legs, or 3 legs and 2 other legs as stands, you should be able to use any old 3 leg IR sensor.
If it s a 2 leg one, any other generic 2 leg IR recieve diode will do. With either type, you just need to get the device back in with the same leg configuration. it is usually marked on the circuit board
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
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