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Phillips 42 inch monitor 9932/0s1. after coming on screen closes down and standby light goes to red flashing mode

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  • mick3629 Aug 25, 2008

    this is a plasma monitor not rear projection

  • mick3629 Aug 25, 2008

    Fuse on main board fine. this is not rear projection it is a plasma

  • mick3629 Aug 25, 2008

    Monitor does not have remote. you can only connect it to a computer

  • mick3629 Aug 25, 2008

    fans are coming on. When screen comes on you can here a click like a solenoid switch cutting in on rectangular black component on power board. after about 10 seconds identicla component clicks and flashing red standby light starts blinking with loss of screen

  • mick3629 Aug 25, 2008

    continually blink

  • mick3629 Aug 25, 2008

    sorry for delay opening up back fully cant see any disconected or loose cables

  • mick3629 Aug 25, 2008

    computer working fine

  • mick3629 Aug 25, 2008

    No visible component damage

  • mick3629 Aug 25, 2008

    tried with another pc still the same

  • mick3629 Aug 25, 2008

    Checked cap and diodes dont see any thing untowards

  • mick3629 Aug 25, 2008

    canthis be tested just taking the power board to an engineer

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Have the caps checked on the monitor if they pop you lose the screen and it changes to one color

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It sounds like it is going into the protect mode which is done automatically when the set detects some type of over current or other malfunction in one of the circuits. The clicking sound is the power relay turning on. Plasma TV's are know for having over-heating issues, they do generate a lot of heat. Since the fans turn on and you hear the relay, it could be the power supply is good, but it would still need to be checked. You can not do that without at least a multimeter and then knowing what you are looking for. I may be able to get you the service manual, but without some knowledge of how to read the schematics it will not do you much good. If you wish to continue with more in-depth troubleshooting you can get help here, your best bet would be to isolate which board is at fault and then try to get a replacement for it. You will not find any easy fix for it, but you can get help troubleshooting it if you have some troubleshooting skills and the right tools. If you do not have at least some knowledge of electronic circuits you really will be best served by taking it to a service center so you will avoid causing any extra problems that would end up costing you even more money. There is also some high voltages in these that should not be played around with by anybody without the proper training to avoid any serious injury.

Posted on Aug 25, 2008

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Dear Sir/madam,

Caused by failed capacitors. The only way to know for sure what is causing the problem, which parts that are no longer within factory specs and for proper repair all the electronics must be diagnosed by someone with the correct electronic test equipment and the skills to use the test equipment.


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There can only reason why you have this problem, it can be the video card installed on your computer that the problem , but if you can connect a different monitor or plasma tv on the computer and it works fine the problem now is the actual plasma tv , there's a possibility of some parts of the plasma tv needs to be replace,, but if the plasma TV is still under warranty better have it replace....

Good luck.......

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    Mark Gil Aug 25, 2008

    If you already tried another PC and still the same , Plasma TV has the problem prbably some burn components inside it, you can take it to a servcei center or have it replace if still under warranty....

  • Mark Gil
    Mark Gil Aug 25, 2008

    how about the cable?? because this can also be a problem with the cable from the video card going to your plasma tv...

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    Mark Gil Aug 25, 2008

    Yes you can do that for testing purpose..



    Good luck........

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SOmethings you may need to consider

- Power supply is faulty
- The Main panel is faulty due to a power surge ( has there been a storm lately in ur area !!!)
- The Plasma needs to be upgraded to the latest firmware

Either way, this is not a issue that can be fixed at home. Youll need a tech to have a look at it and diagnose the fault.

Remember that plasma's have lots of issue's. Thats why id recommend you buy an LCD when u decide to replace ur TV

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Posted on Aug 25, 2008

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    John Smith Aug 25, 2008

    Did you read my ppost

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Check the circuit board if there are any burned components like IC, resitors, capacitor and transistors. You can simply replace those if you have knowledge on basic troubleshooting and soldering

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First check if the computer can work with other monitor to check if the signal is coming on the monitor ,please unplug the unit from power and undo all the cables after 30 min redo the cable check if its working ,if possible try different power outlet to power the monitor .....


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Hi-

Problems is not within the fuse or power supply. Check the cables and unplug and replug them tightly. If it fails chances are there are parts inside the TV itself which is loose or disconnected. try checking the main board as well

Hope this helps

Posted on Aug 25, 2008

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    Edgar Allan Pagayona Aug 25, 2008

    Hi-

    Problem is on the mainboard itself already if its showing you the same thing, it may need replacement.


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Does the flashing occur in a pattern or just continuously blink? The unit is in safety shutdown snice an internal problem was detected. I'm not familiar with your particular model, but usually the standby will blink a code to indicate the circuit that had the problem. I will research this a bit more, but could you please indicate whether or not there is a pattern?

Thanks,
Dan

Posted on Aug 25, 2008

  • ABRsvcs Aug 25, 2008

    Forgot to add... This is not a problem that a reset will cure. There is a real problem internally that needs to be found and fixed. One thing that can also be done is to reseat all of the connectors and cables. If there is a logic problem due to a bad cable connection, the default is to shutdown the set.



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  • ABRsvcs Aug 25, 2008

    The clicks you hear are the main power relay turning on then turning off. That is normal under these circumstances. With the continuous blink, I'll need to look up a few things in the service manual tonight. Stay tuned...



    Dan

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>Check ventilation (for overheating)
>Fuse (click here for further reading)

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Resetting the TV
If the buttons on the remote AND the buttons on the TV case do not work (channels do not change and you cannot open or navigate the menu), the TV has stopped responding. Reset the TV as follows:

NOTE:
Some TVs have a reset button. If available and accessible, try using the reset buttons before using the steps below. Using the reset buttons can save time.

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1. Unplug the TV power cord from the power outlet.
2. Unplug any connected devices (DVD, Set-top boxes, etc...)
3. Press and hold the TV power button for five seconds.
4. Plug the TV power cord back into the power outlet and turn on the TV.
5. Open the on-screen menu to confirm that the TV is responding again.
6. Turn off the TV and reconnect the devices.
7. Turn on the TV.

hope this may help;

Regards,
VOTIT

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    LORETO LACARON Aug 25, 2008

    If your monitor still does not turn on after unplugging , then you will have to retry for a longer period of time. Try longer periods of time such as overnight. And you must unplug the monitor from all connections that can supply power to the monitor. It is recommended to remove all connections. If still not working,then it maybe a loose contact or cold solder.
    Cold solder issues - each component is soldered into small holes on the printed circuit board which in turn connects said component to the other components. Due to time, heat, use, some solder joints would be cracked or loose. It is possible that the cold solder is still minimally connected (hanging by a thread). When the monitor turns on heat would be generated which would be sufficient to further loosen up the solder joint to the point it no longer provides electrical contact. Jarring the unit creates movement inside enough to re establish the contact, sometime good enough sometimes not enough.

    Again, since the unit still operates (sometimes) then it is highly probable that there are no defective components. As you have surmised, it is possibly a loose connection, solder joints are "connections" except that molten soldering lead is used to attach/connect the component to the board, "loose connection" in this sense is equal to "cold solder".

    Again on the assumption of no defective parts, then seeking a more experienced buddy for the soldering might be to your advantage. This is of course in addition to the possible electrical hazards when repairing....

    Good luck:

    Regards,
    VOTIT

  • LORETO LACARON
    LORETO LACARON Aug 25, 2008

    Maybe it is only a loose connection or cold solder,try to re works the solder joint..



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    LORETO LACARON Aug 25, 2008

    Most PC monitor common problem is loose connection or cold solder..

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    LORETO LACARON Aug 28, 2008

    1. The monitor is turned OFF or the cables are disconnected. This could happen at any time during the lifecycle of the computer. Or maybe the system has gone into power conserving mode. Perform the following checks:

    a. Power cycle the monitor (turn OFF and then ON) and wait for a minute or two to see if screen lights up.
    b. Wiggle the mouse or press ENTER on the keyboard and watch the display screen.
    c. Check the power supply to the monitor and the cables connecting the monitor to the computer.
    d. Check that there is a connection between the keyboard and the computer. If the keyboard is not connected or if it has just been hosed, or if the computer restart has not initialized the keyboard before it stopped and gave you the blank screen, then your none of the keys work!
    e. After the above checks, restart the computer and see if it is okay. . A component in the computer (such as a graphics card) may have overheated. In older computers, the fans were very powerful (remember the loud computers of yesteryears?). Now the manufacturers assume that computers sit in air-conditioned comfort all day. So they have reduced the power of these fans that are used to cool the hardware. Follow these procedures to see if that is the problem.

    a. Shut down your computer and monitor.
    b. Turn on the air-conditioning and install an additional fan in the room if possible
    c. After a pause of 15 – 30 minutes, restart the monitor and then the computer.
    d. If it was a problem of overheating, the computer screen should now show the system booting normally.

    3. If you have just installed the computer and nothing seems to work, it could a bad monitor or a low power supply.

    a. Check if the monitor light is green, orange, yellow or red. Get the manual for the monitor to find out what these colors mean.
    b. Swap the monitor with another if you have an extra one at home.
    c. Insert a music CD into its drive and check if you can hear audio. This will only happen if the CD is set to Auto Run. If you can hear audio, it means the computer is running ok.
    d. Find a different power supply outlet (or power strip) for the monitor and computer and try to reboot the computer again.
    e. If the LCD screen on the monitor is dead, then it’s impossible to see if the computer is booting up or to what point it has booted up.
    f. Replace your monitor if it’s defective or continue to Step 4 if you still have problems.

    4. Recent Hardware Changes. Corrupt drivers for any recently installed hardware can crash the system. To get rid of the corrupted drivers, do the following:

    a. Uninstall all recently added hardware.
    b. Try to restore the system to a previous restore point
    c. Reboot the system and return to a previous stable configuration if possible
    d. Remove all external peripherals (printer, cameras, scanners, etc) and connections until the computer returns to normal. 5. Bad video/graphics card. At this point, if your computer is still under warranty, its time to call for help. If not, you can get a computer geek to come to your house (it is cheaper to take your computer to their store) or try to fix the problem yourself.

    a. Is AGP/PCI video card compatible with your operating system? If you are experienced with opening up the chassis and resetting cards, reseat the video card, and try again.
    b. Check the pins on the cable connectors and see that they are not bent or broken.
    c. Never attempt to open the monitor. Turn on the monitor and try to reboot the computer again. If this doesn’t work, go to Step 6.

    6. BIOS – the Binary Operating System may be corrupted – Use of Safe Mode to boot system.

    a. Try starting the computer in the safe mode. Restart the computer and see the point to which it boots up before you get the blank screen.
    b. Press F8 as the computer starts to boot. (For HP and Compaq computers with VISTA, use F10, For HP Pavilions with XP or earlier version of OS, use F1). Use the arrow keys to select the safe mode and press Enter. Remember that NUM LOCK should be OFF for the arrow keys to function.
    c. If Windows launches before you can choose the safe mode, restart computer and go to step a.
    d. You can choose “Safe mode with command prompt” option if you know how to use MS-DOS
    e. You can choose “Last known good configuration” to go back to the last known safe shutdown state.
    f. If you have added any drivers or corrupted any files the last time you used the computer, the safe mode will help you get back to the state before the changes, when the computer was running smoothly.

    7. BIOS – the booting software may be corrupted – Use of Recovery Console to boot system

    a. If the recovery console is already installed on the system, one of the options you see while the system is initially booting up will be “Microsoft Windows Recovery Console”. If it’s not already on the system, it can also be accessed through the network during “command prompt with network” option in safe mode.
    b. Recovery console can also be installed at the time of need from the CD-ROM. Go to the following link for additional info :http://support.microsoft.com/kb/301645
    c. Recovery console helps to Enable or disable services. If Windows informs us during boot up that a file is corrupted or missing, then we can use the Recovery console to copy files from a CD to the computer to repair the corrupted or missing information.
    d. You can also recover the system by reconfiguring a service that may be preventing your computer from starting correctly. (FIXMBR, FIXBOOT, etc)
    e. For a list of Recovery Console commands, search : http://www.microsoft.com/ Just click below for more information; http://www.geekswhoknow.com/articles/rea... Hope this may help; Regards, VOTIT

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Check whether the fuse is blown in your tv ...........

Posted on Aug 25, 2008

  • gopinath pasupathy Aug 25, 2008

    These are power supply related ...... If you're doing this yourself take a look at the power supply board - you will have to remove it check the cap at 2662 for any signs of buldging...... If you have an ESR meter measure it's equivilent series resistance and replace if necessary.... Next look closely at the board for ring cracks of the various solder joints....... Pay close attention to the diodes at 6041 and 6046....... part of the bridge system..... Any ring cracks found flow some solder across them to make good contact then re-install the power supply and try to power the unit..............

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