Question about Philips 42PF9946 42 in. EDTV-Ready Plasma Television
Hello im looking for the stand which comes with the Philips 42PF9946 42 in. EDTV-Ready Plasma Television Any ideas? Gary
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The TV is going into Protection Mode. When a failed part occurs inside the TV, it will turn itself OFF automatically to prevent further damage to other components. I'm sure the red light is blinking a code also.
Most likely the problem is occurring on the Backlight Inverter Board or the Main Power Supply. The Backlight Inverter Board is what brings power to the screen. The Main Power Supply is what brings power to all the circuit boards in the TV.
I would use the warranty if there is any to fix the TV. The repair shop may charge a crazy price to fix the problem.
If you have some electronic experience and you want to fix it yourself, you can sometimes find a Service Manual over the internet for less than $20. It will have red light blink codes, diagrams, schematics, and part numbers for every part on the boards. Replacement parts can be found by using the part numbers for the search on the internet. Most parts cost less than $10. Whole replacement boards can be found at a good price at Shopjimmy.com.
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
I did the same, replaced two bulging capacitors...cost me 2.00 for the capacitors and $20 for the desoldering/soldering tools. First time doing anything close to this with any electronics...tv works great now.
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
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Hello, I came across several times in this type of malfunction, stems from primary circuit of the power supply unit. I solved it by replacing the 5W ceramic resistor. In another case I came across electrolytic capacitors that i had to replace in the same circle. I hope it was helpful!
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