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I HAVE 43PP8421 PHILIPS HD TV MONITOR, IT WAS FINE BUT NOW IS NOT, I GIVE POWER I RECEIVES, CLICK SOUND COME, THEN A DIM SOUND COME 1 C/S RATE, NO PICTURE, NO OTHER SOUND, I AM WORRY, I CHECKED MAIN POWER FUSES, JUMPERS BUT THEY R OK, PLEASE HELP ME TO GET IT WORKING? THANKS

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SOURCE: No power

Brand, and size please? Most problems come from either the power supply, or deflection circuits.

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Short in powersupply check secondary fuse and all other fuses too. Were there a color problem before this/ Because most of these set have convergence problems. The amps May need to be changed and resistors around them.

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do you get a blinking read light?

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Something is preventing the power supply from operating:
Possible causes in order of likelihood:
1) Convergence amps failed overloading the supply (See if you can disconnect them)
2) High Voltage circuit has died. (Most common death mode)
3) One of the CRTs has shorted
4) The power supply itself has died (Is there a lot of dust covering it?)
See if you can isolate the failure by working down the list.
Hope Ya Fix it!

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Common problem. Goto www.TvRepairKits.com and to get their "No video, audio works " kit.

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