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My phillips 5o inch rear projection tv

White targetimage on the on the screen now it seems to be getting bigger

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  • Anonymous May 01, 2008

    sometimes has no picture but when tv is on while it gets a picture

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I'd really like to see what you're describing here, but it sounds as though the SSB (small signal baord) is failing, Philips p/n#Ph3912725871 It's a vertical board on the left side viewed from the rear of the unit. It's clearly one for the shop... Good Luck Bill

Posted on Jun 10, 2007

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