Question about Philips Televison & Video
How sure are you that it actually the sensor/infrared on the TV that is cause of the problem. To confirm, Test your TV remote with another TV like your and if the remote works, then you are actually right about the sensor.
Now, you will have to replace the remote sensor of your TV.
It might also be that the TV sensor has removed from the TV board. To find out, you will have to open the TV, trace the sensor by looking at its position on the TV. If its well fixed, it means you will have to replace it.
To replace, get a soldering iron, use it to remove the sensor, take it to any electronics repair shop withing your vicinity and get the replacement sensor there.
Note, that TV stores a lot of electric current that can cause electric shock, so wait a while before your open the TV's back cover.
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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