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Re: phillips 60pp9202 high voltage transformer
You can get the HV Transformer at the following link for 132.00 which includes free shipping and free step by step instructions by online instant messaging so you can easily replace the part yourself. Very easy repair. The HV generator is listed under the flyback section yours is Phillips 32942 Flyback ( HV Transformer)
Heres the link. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
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I need to know first if your TV is on standby mode (red LED lit) or not?..If the green light lit your TV your high voltage (HV) is switch but you have open line on heater that cause of no picture and the sounds is chirping because of analog(antenna)/digital connection or bad audio chips..
I need this information above for specific diagnosis and to prevent more damage and failure..Also I need this information to avoid mistakes to buy a parts with no help...
also I need the model # because on my tread there are 2 model # which are correct? is it 60PP9202 60" or 55PP8620?..for specific diagnosis and for possible get a diagram..
Replacing the convergence board will require a complete convergence adjustment. A better solution would be the replacing of the defective convergence IC. This would retain the convergence settings for the set. I'll locate the part numbers and costs and update this later.
This is usually the flyback transformer (IHVT-integrated high voltage transformer) and the HOT( horizontal output transistor) The transistor will read shorted, with a multimeter, if it is bad. It is mounted to a heatsink straight back from the flyback. It may have a metal clip that holds it tight to the heatsink.
It is a pretty easy fix if you can solder.
While you have the board out, check for any discolored resistors and replace those as they will likely fail before long and cause more problems. Also check with a bright light and a magnifier for cracked solder joints and resolder any that you find.
The black unit is the high voltage transformer and splitter and it has possibly cracked causing high voltage to leak out. Unless you have a heavy duty soldering iron and good with multiple solder connections, it may be best to have a technician check it out for you. I would guess it would cost in the $200-$300 range. Thanks for using fixya.
Your CRTs need the coolant changed. Its a common condition in phillips models. You can get the coolant repair kit which contains all the coolant and the instructional cD that does step by step instruction with pictures of the entire replacement procedure
The quick answer to you problem is critical in what your set was doing prior to it shutting down. Do you remember it having a Color problem like alignment of convergence? Was the sound cutting out on you? Or was there part of the picture missing? If one of these then you could eliminate time and money. To be honest you would save money DIY. You also can call PTS at 18008447871 and get the price on Deflection board or Large Signal, whichever has High Voltage Transformer on it and price. This will save time troubleshooting, because it takes the knowledge of knowing voltages, components, etc. Which require skills the average person may not have. Hope this helps!
Wow they are charging you alot for this repair my friend. Go to this link and you will see! The High Voltage transformer, also known as a flyback only cost 50.00 Bucks!http://www.partstore.com/ProductDetail.aspx?ProductSKU=2187762&ProductType=PART&ModelID=420798 I would get the part and let someone replace it If you have no soldering and or TV repair experience, as this is a dangerous place to be experimenting with if you do not know the safety issues involved. Good Luck
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