Question about Philips Magnavox MWC20T6 TV
I have a Magnavox MWC20T6 TV. When i power it on, it turns off by itself after 10 seconds. It doesn't matter what settings it is on, or whether is it on TV, DVD, or VHS. I am a professional computer and network repair technician, so i'm not afraid to do the work myself. Does anyone know what the problem is and how i would go about fixing it?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Frist of all the tv is made by Funai the next thing is it is very hard to get parts from Funai at least it has been for me they tell me anywhere from 2 months to a year on parts. Now if the set is trying to load a tape without a tape being put in then shuting off you have a bad diode on the main board.Part is marked (D1224 on main board which it is called (LED) the Funai part number is (QPQS1R563ST) Need to replace this LED per Funai tec i have done this on a few of these models this problem stands true for 20 inch 24 inch and probley any others that are made by Funai that would have this kind of problem. The led that im talking about is under the VCR chasie in the center of the board and is clear glass looking. It has to be put inone way for it to work you have to unsolder it from the board. If you are not able to do this then it would need to go to a repair shop to be done. The shop may or may not know what is wrong so you could tell them, let them know that this is per Funai tec fix for this problem also give them the part number and hope that it does not upset them some shops would be ok with it and others would not.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
This is most likely the reset control on the back of the TV. When power is turned on it goes through the reset button and then to the TV. As it weakens over time, it can create the problem you have. See if the web site manufacture will sell you that part, or take it to a TV tech. for replacement, about $10 for the part not including the labor to take the back off and replace the part.
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
This is point to a fly back issue and a flyback fr this would run you $95 plus labor good luck with your TV
Posted on May 23, 2009
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