My set started out not turning on. Then it would turn on but would not turn off. Now it just starts switching channels ( and not I do not have someone next door on the same remote frequency) it will not stop switching. I am see that this is problem with a lot of Philips set. Could someone tell me is it the board behind that the manual up down volume and channel changes or is it something else. Could someone tell me what it is and where I can get the part
My tv was doing some of the same type things I touch one of the manual buttons ont tv and the channel would change or the volume would go up or down. I changed the control board behind the manual buttons on the face of the tv and now it works fine with or without the remote.
the part no. is 313501707611 go to sears web site type in this number and order it. this part will come up as 60P8342 but thats ok becouse the 50P8342 and the 60P8342 use the same part number I know I have both models and changed them both using the same part and part number.
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I had a simular problem with my car nto starting, but the alarm didn't have issues just the headlights and the radio not turning off. I replaced the ignition switch and the problem was fixed for a while until the ignition switch malfunctioned again. The ignition switch is a cheap plastic part that connects the key to the engine, and has a tendency to break. Maybe this will help. Btw, I have a 1998 and mine is not starting well, do you know anything about #3 relays? I think I may need to replace it, so that my car will start and not putter to a stop randomly while driving. The problem only arises when the car is not yet warm. Amy ideas?
Sounds like you are tripping your crowbar circuit. This is most commonly caused by one of the Red Green or Blue brightness adjustments, adjusted too high. The crowbar circuit protects your high voltage guns from getting damaged. I know this because I just did this myself. My adjustments were behind the lower rear panel in a small box screwed to the chassis. There are 6 tuning pots on mine. 3 for focus of the RGB and 3 for brightness of the RGB. The focus ones didn't seem to have any effect on the crowbar circuit. However, by turning the brightness down on each of the RGB pots I could get the T.V. to stay on indefinately.