Question about Philips 60PP9202 60" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready Television
Hi, i have a 60" philips HDTV and it wont turn on and the light doesnt even show that it receiving any power. i believe that there may have been a power outage and the bulb blew. i was told to look and find the panel but im not sure where it is.....i see 2 side panels. Could u please advise where to look to find the bulb.
How do you remove the rear cover on the phillips 69PP9202? I know this probably sounds stupid but it wont budge with a screw driver. Help!
Posted on Aug 10, 2010
If your model number is 60PP9202 you dont have a bulb, you have three CRT picture tubes instead, and if the power light doesnt come on check the fuse on the power board. Remove the rear cover after unplugging the cord and look at the small board on the irght where the power cord attaches you will see a fuse its most likely blown.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
More than likely the problem is the CRT fluid and not the tube. Do a few google or fixya searches on CRT fluid and to get an idea of what it looks like when it gets cloudy.
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
If you have to replace one, they are very difficult to pull out and replace. You must do a convergence on the color of the tube you replace. You will be replacing a picture tube not a bulb. You may need to replace the fluid in the one tube. Or you may have a convergence problem. You need a TV tech to reveal that the problem is not a bad picture tube....which is rare in your case! Good Luck and thanks for asking!
Posted on Jun 12, 2010
The blinking is a sign that there is a problem in the unit that needs to be checked, that is why the television did not come on.
Most likely a power problem.
You can unplug the unit for some time lets say for about an hour or 2, then open up the cover of the television then assess the panel for any burnt capacitor, then replace it, and if it is the power panel that is faulty, then you can replace it as well. It goes for a token.
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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