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Phillips Plasma Error

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Saw one of your posts and thoguht you might have an answer to a problem I'm having - I turn the set on and when it powers up I get sound but no picture. A second or two later the set suts itself off and a red LED on the front flashes six times slowly, then three times quickly. Any ideas?

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Replace the SSB the error is the VIPER and that is a chip located on the SSB.

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Firmware update via USB stick downloaded from Philips.
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