Question about Philips 42PF9431D/37 TV
You will more than likely need your capacitors replaced. That is the most common problem with these.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Kindly Observe and let me know, Do there Position Changes along with time or they Stick on the same Place?
Try to Use menu Button and see, if White Spots are above the Word Menu or Behind the Word Menu?
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Posted on Mar 07, 2010
Hi, Usually any "Pops" are an Electrolytic Capacitor "blowing up" quite literally, or "Gassing" as it is called. This happens due to some sort of power problem. Capacitors hate AC Voltage and Current, and Heat and Over Voltage. All of which, I have no doubt it was exposed to before it went "Pop" This is only a symptom of a far greater problem, to come, no doubt, soon, the rest of the set will fail too. Please DO NOT USE. this set any more, you risk fire or explosion or both. If you MUST use it at least unplug at bed time. Theses days home repair except for the most rudimentary problem is not feasible, setting aside the safety aspect. In my professional opinion, I would recommend, that you get a "Quote" for repair from a Philips Authorised Service Agent This is very important, that you contact a Philips head office and ask for a referral. This way at least you can make a decision to repair or replace.
Posted on Apr 01, 2010
its your capasitors in your power supply board you can see other post for help. I took panel off mine and removed power supply board and took it to a electronic shop and fixed for $25. just note where wires replug back in. you can take a picture of how wires are plugged in for reference. if you kow about electronics you can replace them yourself for about $7 the two caps will cost about $2 and shipping...
Posted on Aug 14, 2010
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