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Static text such as a library of music constantly displayed will burn onto the lap-top screen, therefore, rather select your visualisation option showing a constantly moving pattern during playback. This is a much safer option.
I have found this on a site and am in the proccess of trying to mend my plasma PF9964 as it started to take longer and longer until it stopped coming on. I've got the back off so I just need to un solder capacitors and replace.
Here's the info I found.
Bad power switch circuit
If you have this problem with your Philips 32PF9964: When I switch the TV on, it appears as though it is going to start i.e the green light comes on, then after about 10 seconds it switches itself off and the standby light flashes red. It takes 10 /12 times before it starts and is getting worse.
This is the solution:
The problem is three caps.
Change the cap 2663, 2664 both 100µ/25V
and 2662,1000µ/25V. After you have changed them your TV will work again.
You will find them easy if you unscrew the back on the plasma TV.