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Philips 55pw9363/17w Flasing Power Button

I have a Philips 55in Rear Projection tv that suddenly quit and the power button flashes 5 times and then repeats

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  • Max Dog Jun 11, 2008

    Responding to my own question - Unplugged the tv for 1 hour and it now works fine. We had very humid weather for the last 3 days and it might have condensed on the circuits to cause a fault??

  • Anonymous Jun 16, 2008

    after about four days of heat and humidity,the tv would not even power up

    we were about to call a repairman when i came across this site

    i tried the solution of unplugging the tv and left it overnight

    the next day i plugged it back in,guess what it worked

    great tip

    thanks Max Dog and fixya

    saved me a bundle

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