Question about Philips 50PFP5332D 50 in. Plasma Television
The capacitors in the power supply you replaced it with are probably blown. Take off the back of the TV and check the capacitors... shown in the picture (in a similar philips model). If they are bulging out instead of flat on the top... they may be bad. If you replaced the power supply before with a unit that had the original capacitors in it, they wear out and only have "X" amount of hours of life. (More below pic)
As far as sound... you may replace the sound board. It's shown in the photo in the center bottom right. Not sure on your TV without opening it or checking the model out more. Good luck
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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