Question about Philips Televison & Video
If the TV is still under warranty then you must not take chances in attempting to tamper on the board. But if you are Tech sa-vy and is familiar with the board and components, then an attempt can be tried with caution.
So remove the power and open the rear panel. Now check the main board specially in the power sections , the main driver sections and the pins of transistors /IC's , resistors and capacitors for dry joints.
Use a good soldering iron to touch up all suspected joints. Tap on the board with power connected but with caution to see if there are dry joints and gives an intermittent picture.
if the fault is oriented with heat then try to cool suspected components that seems to RUN AWAY on heat build up .Use a freeze-it spray to confirm .
If none of these works then my recommendation is to seek your privilege warranty and opt for free replacement.
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
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