Question about Philips 30PW633R 32" TV
Experiencing a "creeping" problem. Originally started at two thin lines at the very top of the screen, which would distort the picture a little (top 1/2 inch of the screen. I now have about ten thin lines that are thinly distributed among the top three inches of the screen display. It seems to be drifting down through the picture with additional distortion lines in the viewing area. The picture display becomes inverted in this affected area of the screen. The TV is about two years old - and it would be a shame to "just go buy a new one".
If you have a TV shop at all any more in your area, any tech working on them will know where to look. This is a pretty common problem although you are getting it too early.
Since it will require a certain type of instrument (capacitance meter) to verify the problem part, I don't want to go into detail concerning a 'do-it-yourself' repair since it may be a little difficult to order these in single quantities and a decent shop should have the right value on hand.
It shouldn't cost too much.
Posted on Jun 28, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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