Question about Philips 60PP9202 60" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready Television
The chirping sound you hear is almost always caused by a faulty capacitor.
As they fail, sometimes the casing cracks on them, and when you go to turn it on, the sudden pressure increase causes a whistle that sounds like a chirp.
Although this sounds like an easy fix, it's not.
Capacitors hold tremendous amounts of energy in them, and they can be very dangerous do deal with.
Some can hold in excess of 500 volts of static electric charge in them, and have injured several people that thought that they could just work with them like normal electronic parts.
I would take the tv to BestBuy, or to Fry's Electronics...as they are the two companies that seem to have the best trained techs for this type of repairs.
When you take it in, have them give you a written estimate first.
You may find that the cost of the repair can be as expensive as the cost of a new TV.
Just bear this in mind before you get it fixed, ok?
I hope this helps you out, and good luck to you!
If this helps you out, then please feel free to give me a good rating, ok?
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
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