Hello all, awesome site, hopefully some one can help me. I will be as specific as possible so you experts out there might be able to help. I have a 32" flat screen Philips CRT. The model number is 32RF52 and it was build in 2003. About 2 months ago the picture just went out while I was watching it, but the sound still worked. It would not respond the the remote or its own buttons. I unplugged it and plugged it back in, problem solved. A couple of days later, same thing. After about 3 times I had to unplug it for an hour or more before it would come back on. I have had to do this for 6 or 7 times now. Last night it went out and is not coming on anymore. If anyone has any ideas I would appreciate all the help I can get, cant afford a new set. If you need any information I may have left out just let me know. Thanks
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It is possible that there are failed components in the CRT bias circuits, or one of the scan circuits, or in the power supply, or in the high voltage section.
When any one of the areas fail, the set goes in to protect mode and biases off the CRT. If any of the other areas fail, the picture will also go black. In some models of TV sets, the sound is not critical of these areas that are mentioned here.
To fix this problem, proper troubleshooting of the set will be required. There are many components involved in the TV set that can cause failures to appear to be of this type.
You will have to have the set serviced by someone who is experienced and equiped to do TV service.
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That problem is one of the common problems of plasma TV (have sounds but no picture)..As a expert of flat panel for more than 5 years I already encounter that kind of problem many times..
Actually that problem is caused of either X,Y or Z sustain board or even both 3 boards are faulty..Because some models when the one of those boards have short circuit or bad there are possibility that other sustain board are affected..But most the problem like yours is "Y-SUSTAIN" board..
Your power supply board is dead, do you know basic electronics' and soldering? Most of the times, the power supply board just have dead leakages gases capacitors.These capacitors always bulges up on it top,or puff up on it top.Replaced these gases leakages capacitors will get your TV power stable,and work again.Or tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a whole refurbish power supply board for the replacement.
That's a loose screw issue inside the G7 and the G9 that is common. The best place I know to get help for that one would be camerasandparts.com They just specialize in the powershots and they are awesome if you need help with one of these. Best of luck, they have your exact G7 no power problem right there on their site. I hope that helps.
try leaving a email at the following site they should be able to assist you as they are RCA experts. Just hit the contact link on the lower left side bottom of the page and give them the model numberm with chassis number and what your needing help with. They can help you out.
it depends on how long youve had it lcd screens go dead after a certin amount of hours so you have to recharge your crystals but your better off buying a new one but don't buy lcd tv's get hd tv insted
This is probably too late being a year later, but for the reference of anybody else reading this later on down the line, THe convergence IC's need to be replaced. STK392-110. There are two chips and they both should be replaced in tandem. After that a simple customer convergence is all it takes to get it back to normal.