Question about Philips 42FD9954 42 in. Plasma HDTV
I would certainly say the problem is in your power supply. Chances are real good that two capacitors are bad! You will have to remove the back cover...this is tedious and requires patience. You will be concerned with the board on the left side. You will have to remove the screws on the power board to lift it and see the top of this board. You should see at least one bulged capacitor. Replace, and you can bet the other next to it is bad. And another note..there may be a small cap at about 16volts at 10Mf that needs attention. These are clues and should help with repairs! Thanks for asking.
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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