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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mine has begun to do the same thing @ first it would click for a few min and eventually it would come on and until we turned it off again it would work great. Today however when I accidently turned it off before bed I didn't think anything about it I just figured when I woke up i would have to go thru the whole clicking process and it would come on. Unfortunatly today has been different so I searched online and found a few answers and I am gonna try to fix the problem myself if I accomplish fixing it I will post how. I have also come to a conclusion about Phillips TVs.... I will never purchase another one I am fixing to call them and see if they are @ all helpful and if I get "this is basic wear and tear after many people havr posted the same complaint about the same model number I will have a few words for them also. I know for myself I can't afford to go purchase a replacement when we bought this TV it was a Christmas gift that me and my husband gave to our selves with our income tax return now we have both losed our jobs and there is no way to afford such a luxurary. Not sure if u saw the same post I did but look up ur model # and search Phillips Plasma plus model # and use the word clicking and you should locate the postings I did. Hope this helps somewhat.
That is correct about the SSB. Now before we go any futher is this set still under warranty? If so or if it is just a little out like a couple of months contact Philips @1-888-744-5477. PS. on the front of the set where the power button is how mant times do that led blinks.
Hi. Had all the symptoms with my Pioneer 43" plasma with RO3E receiver that have been previously posted. I got so fed up with it turning itself off that i decided to take the top off the receiver and look for the dry solder joints on the power supply board that some have posted to have cured the problem. I removed the power supply board (which involved removing an interface unit which is mounted above it) and found no issues. I then proceeded to remove the switch board which is placed in front of the power supply board. When i removed the electrical connector which i found not to be fully inserted, i noticed that there was a brown burnt stain in the middle of the connector plug indicating a possible poor connection. I removed the electrical connector from the unit completely (the other end connects to the adjacent board with the fuse on it) and cleaned the connector plug with electrical cleaner and re-inserted it into the receiver and built everything back up. I am happy to report that the tv starts up first time every time and has not turned itself off since. I have included a picture of the offending plug in its built up state (it is the one with the row of black wires with one red wire). Do not attempt to do this unless you are suitably qualified.