I have a Philips modle # 60P8341 and the remote stopped working a while back, so I bought another one and that one didn't work so I have been working it manually. Recently the TV would automatically turn off and I think that the keyboard that contains the on-off button as well as the sensor for the remote (Part # 313501707611) is shot. Does this sound like a correct statement?
NEED NASTA KEY BORB
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Vertical protection is what the two error code is. You can get a new Vertical output IC at the following link just leave them a email indicating your model number and what youre needing. They respond quickly. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
Try installing a pair of new alkaline batteries into the remote. If the problem persists, I would suspect the remote is defective and return it to the store for a refund. I have used Philips remotes twice before, and had problems with both of them. I switched to a One-for-All universal remote, and it has been trouble-free, so far.
Your TV needs the part 313501707611 - it's the keyboard that's the cause of your problems - but here's the catch... Philips does not make that part anymore... they say that you need to either find someone to fix the keyboard (which I've had no luck on) or buy a new Television from them... hmm, a $2000.00 TV that needs a $20.00 part now becomes a plant holder in my living room because Philips wants us to purchase a new TV from them.
An all too common problem with that unit is the Ssb or (small signal board, Philips p/n# PH3912725871 located just behind the tuner. It's actually a simple fix for a shop, what we call a plug & play repair but the part isn't so cheap. Last one I did thursday I bought from Vance Baldwin $267.82 plus shipping and core. You get the core back when you return the old part. You might call a few shops like you know what you're doing and ask what they charge for changing the Ssb in your unit. Have a great day! Bill
HI NEED REPLACE A SSB SMALL BOARD IN LEF SIDE
IS VERY FAST TO REPLASE IS HAS ONE WHITE CABLE PLANE INSERT TO BOARD THE SMALL BOARD IS INSERT TO BIG BOARD IS COST YOU $ 319,88 LESS $ 100 CORE BACK A OLD BOARD