Question about Philips 50PF9731D/37 50 in. Plasma Television
Not with this little information, but there are several reasons too look at. Plazma tvs use several boards to creat a picture, these are the x and y sustainers and a buffer board. There is also a main power supply that creates a lot of heat and these tend to go bad also. The set could have some how lost the gas charge in the display but thats unusuall. Most likely the sustainer boards need replaced and these aren't expensive but I don't want you to just throw money at it. Get someone to diagnose the set before you replace any boards. I wouls also caution you to not spend too much because you can get real nice LED tvs for a fraction of the cost of the plazma and plazma is on the way out.
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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