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Philips tv model 28pw6315/05. power ok? (power light on standby) but no picture, no response from remote control or tv power on button, tv emitting a cocstant hum is this an error signal & if so whats happened?

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Think it may be ic7064 (ASSB112HL).this seems to be a quite common power up/lock up problem.

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  • techtony Oct 21, 2008

    Try & download a service manual if you can. It may have to be set up if you replace this painter chip.To get into service mode enter 062596 then status button(might be i+) on remote.Make sure you note the correct option codes.They should be on a sticker on tube eg 126 69 14 24 000. use remote to change these. The chip is a SAAB112HL NOT ASS112HL(TYPO ERROR SOZ).

    Good luck



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