Question about Philips 60PP9202 60" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready Television
I had a convergence issue where the blue wouldn't move in either direction, pulled board and replaced Stk392-120 with Stk394-160 (Sanyo) I also replaced 6 of the 6.8ohm resistors due to the fact they were discolored, they still read good in the circuit (3.4ohm). I carefully inspected all the solder points and saw no issues, and carefully replaced all cables, upon attempting power-up, got nothing, no noise, no red led on power switch nothing. Checked fuse in back, and it is good. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Is this a typo-replaced Stk392-120 with Stk394-160 because you cannot interchange to that number IC you can go to a STK392-160 also you cannot check resistors in circuit because you will get the resistance from the circuits around them you have to lift one leg out of circuit to test them.if you need further help or further information pls let me know
Posted on May 06, 2008
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