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Phillips model 29PT6773/05

Tv went bang now no power. Have checked mains fuse-ok.Is there an internal one that could be the problem

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If the fuse seems to be ok then on the power supply board check for any blown capacitor or any bulged capacitor or ics.that could also create the problem if blows have to replace the capacitors and make the tv work again.check out for the fauly on the tracks of the main board.

you can also call a tech as it is worth reparing.


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