i work for the philips service agent in durban and have repaired a couple of these units.
i dont think that your lcd is cracked because this causes black patches on the screen, it is more likely you have a broken print somwhere.
contact me and i will see if i can be of further assistance [email protected]
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the philips DVD player output gives three wire RED,WHITE,YELLOW accrording to them connect the red & white wire to the TV's red&white wires which is responsible for audio output from the dvd player, then connect the yellow wire to the yellow inlet of the TV, which is either on the front pannel or back side of the television which is provides the video signal from the DVD.
If the DVD is connected to the TV properly using the yellow, white & red AV cable and the TV is switched to AV and there is still no picture, plug the yellow lead from the back of the DVD player into the green socket. If you see a black and white picture now the DVD output is on Progressive Scan mode. See user manual to turn off Progressive Scan mode.
Was sent this with my machine (I'm in UK) and works fine
1 Power on DVD without a disc in the player
2 Press SETUP on the remote
3 Press 'Right Arrow' on the remote 3 times
4 Press 9, 6, 5 & 3 on the remote
5 Press up/down to change region ofplayer. Set to 0 (zero) for region-free
6 Press SETP to exit
The back light of the monitor might be defective. or the drive signal might not be getting to the screen you will need a schematic, multimeter, and an oscilloscope to troubleshoot this issue.
This is how you will have to go about this using the schematic locate the screen test points measure the voltages with the multimeter and look at the signals with the oscilloscope. this will lead to you finding the exact problem.