Question about Philips 37PF7320A 37 in. HD-Ready LCD Television
Your description of this problem to another poster describes my issue exactly and I described this to the Philips Customer Service support folks even describing what I thought to be a heat problem, they offered no assistance. Questions - 1) is this a fairly easy fix, I have some technical experience with electronics?; 2) do you know where I can get a service manual to help with this fix?; 3) where can I purchase these parts?
Check the firmware on the set and if is is not BX23U-184.108.40.206_03531 go to www.usasupport.com to down load the currect version. That should fix the problem. If it does not your small signal board need to be replace.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
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