I have had a service man in to check out my Phillips 50" Plasma TV. He told me the board/box where you attach all the inputs and outputs is bad. He has ordered the part 4 times and every time he states that the board/Box is bad. He may be correct... but 4 times. That seems off. When he substitues the board/box the TV only gets sound, no picture. Now he is saying he can't fix it. He is getting the parts direct from Phillips but I have to admit, the parts always look like pulls. They are never pristine like you would expect from a new part. They do come in boxes directly from Phillips as I have seen. I am trying to find the part number for this. My TV is a 50PF7220A/37. I am also trying to find where I can get this part. Thanks in advance for any help you can give me. Craig
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Ok let me ask how bad do u want this TV fixed ? Because it might be the SSB and might be the Y-main. When he got the replacement SSB it should have included instructions on how to install a new SSB because its a generic board for several models of TV's. You will need to install the diversity code. If your TV's a 50pf7220 diversity code should be 27. What u need to do first is plug in tv and turn on , next with your remote pointed at IR board type 062598 menu if u do this correctly your tv should turn off on its own. Turn TV back on and see if u have picture now. If yes let me know. because it will need option codes to be installed. If not let me know also because ill let u know how to check to see if PDP is good or defect board.
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Hello there, the hdmi cable is a great way to get high definition video from a bluray player to a tv, but if the bluray player is part of a surround sound system you will need to get the sound to the tv separately. There is often a red and white audio terminal in the rear of the bluray player, sometimes located next to a yellow terminal, these are known as a component connection as each component (coloured terminal) is separate and operates a separate function, but all 3 connections can be used together to create a SCART equivalent. You may need to connect an 'Audio Component to 3.5mm jack' cable from the white and red terminals to the headphone/line in socket on the tv.
alternatively, as wilth my player, there is a button on the remote which switches the audio source from component, hdmi, SCART, etc, this may be the same for you.
Hello, this usually means that a cable or something is not plugged in properly.
Maybe you just put in the audio cable and no cable which can transmit video?
If it's a HDMI cable make sure it's plugged in properly and that you're on the right channel.
Hi my nameis Mike Houston of DISH Network and I see you have a green line on the rightside of the screen, and there was a service tech that said "the HDMI port isbad". The first thing to try is another HDMI cord to see if the problem isstill going on, if it still continues please e-mail me at email@example.com.
First check the wire cable your using, HDMI, AV, Component.....be sure the wire cable is in good condition. Check your input/output ports, see if the tv does the same on different hook-up. For example if your getting this crazy image on HDMI, see if it happens also on Component. If so first be sure the input device such as your dvd player , cable box etc, are not defective. If your wire cables are good, and your dvd, cable box are all working properly and the tv still has this problem then its an internal problem with in the tv.
This could happen because of a component defect in the tv's interface circuit, XL/XR scan circuits, or faulty sustain circuit (primary board).