Question about Philips 37PF7320A 37 in. HD-Ready LCD Television

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Hi, I read your post regarding the red light on this set flashing 4 times. I have this set and it does the same thing. I did unplug the 1m03 connector after plugging the set up just after the relays clicked, but it makes no difference, the unit continues to flash the red light 4 times. I"m unsure where to check for the 24v to the inverter that you refered to. I"m not a tv tech, but am capable of replacing parts. any suggestions on what to look at next? thanks craig

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  • cdsn99 Apr 30, 2008

    corrected model number, 37pf7320a

  • cdsn99 May 01, 2008

    Hi , thanks for the reply, is there any possibility fo replacing a part on that ssb you are refering to? I google searched the part number you refered to and the board is over 700 dollars, more than i can replace the set for. I was hoping to be able to replace a bad resistor, capacitor, regulator , IC, etc. If I have to spend 700 dollars on a part, its just not worth it. Any suggestions?



    Thanks again

    Craig

  • Anonymous May 06, 2008




    I cannot believe what I am reading here . This is not real tech advice , Be carefull in what you believe .


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Error 4 means an I2C4 communication error detected by the Viper BGA (Ball Grid Array). Basically it means you have a bad signal board . On a LCD the SSB controls everything it detected an error and shut itself down. Easiest thing to do is Order a replacement SSB. 310432842641 this is the 12NC number for the SSB or u can look it up online by model. Just good luck on finding a replacement cheap !! The removal of the cable was too see if the SSB was the error and it was.

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    James Peters May 01, 2008

    Hate to tell ya Look at the bottom of the SSB the 2 big BGA 's this is what needs to be replaced Wish it was easier but its not. U might look around on ebay or other auction sites for a damaged Tv. For that model (37PF7320) u can use a SSB from a 32 to a 50 SSB. The only thing u will have to do is change Diversity code for panel and Option Bytes (U can use these model boards 7220,7320, 9630, 5320

  • James Peters
    James Peters May 07, 2008

    Well GUEST if u have any idea what it might be why don't u submit a resolution to this problem or any of the other questions that i have try and help others out with. But if u think u can do a better job. prove it.

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