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We have a Philips TV 32PF9541/10. The picture has been turning off yet the sound remains. If we turn off the TV and wait 30 secs or so, then turn the TV back we'll have the picture back for a little bit. This is happening more and more all the time and we'd love to find a solution. I hope you can help. Thanks a million. Daragh

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Its possibly the power supply module and it could have some bulged capacitors on it. Capacitors are a cylinder shaped component and should be flat on the top but if any are bulged at the top then they need to be replaced. These will cause the tv to shut off because it is not sustaining the voltage to make it run. On the other hand the inverter board could have a chip bad or a capacitor bad on it as well and would cause the same symptom. Trace the power supply module by way of the AC cord hookup. The inverter is on the side vertically

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