Question about Philips Televison & Video
It sounds like the relay on the power supply pcb. What make and model is it? You might want to check the power supply pcb capacitors to see if there are any that are puffed up. To do this you need to place the tv face down on a padded surface that will support the whole tv. This is to protect the panel from damage. Then remove all screws that are securing the back of the the tv. Remove the back and check the power supply pcb. This is the board with the power cord going to it. If they are puffed they need to be replaced with equal or slightly greated values. The values are mfd and voltage. You will need a soldering iron to remove and install the new caps. If caps look good, then check the voltage levels of the dc output (marked on board next to the connector) with a dc multimeter. If all the voltages are correct and constant, then your power supply is good. But, this does sound like a power supply issue
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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