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Philips E-Box FTR9965 Blinking Red Standby Light

Switched the E-Box on and instead of the standy light going green all it does now is flash/blink red. any ideas? The Philips plasma TV will not operate now - although if I connect my PC to the screen it works fine so there is no problem with the screen.

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  • tsiappas Jan 25, 2008

    the same

  • Anonymous Feb 08, 2008

    I am experiencing the same problem as described above. What type of pc is solved the problem? What type of pc do you recommend, to resolve the problem?

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    red light was on turn it off wont turn back on

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Mine was the same, took it to comet, fixed it within a week and gave me a warranty. Thirty pounds call out fee and another forty five pounds when they bought it back fixed, highly recommended, not like the idiots at philips who couldn't be bothered

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Hi, my TV is starting to develope a problem & I have traced it to the e box (mine is FTR9964). I had the screen repaired in January (would'nt start from cold) cost was £156 inc vat. Anyway this time its the ebox & since we are going digital next year I thought I would try & do away with the e box by using one of these http://www.js-technology.com/product_info.php?cPath=22&products_id=33&osCsid=c05e56ff6e909a4b42d53af48a5940ae I managed to buy one on eBay for £30, so fingers crossed it should be problem solved. Allan

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