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Philips 32PFL6407D/F7 menu popping up uncontrollably

The tv turns itself on to cycle through the startup menu. I can't control it and the volume sometimes plummets and can't be raised, the tv cannot be controlled during this cycling and even turning it off doesn't keep it off.

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: TV Volume turns down by itself - Philips 29PT8319 Matchline 27"

Most likely the volume down button on the front of the TV or the switch that it activates is sticking. Should be an easy fix otherwise.

Posted on Feb 05, 2007

Vista Electronics

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SOURCE: Philips 29PT9418/69G

A qualified tech will need to practice visual acuity technique! Look at power supply circuit for signs of stress,dis-coloration and/or bad connects.Check for bad 47mf/25v cap in area of stress.Replace BC-327-25 xistor w/BC-328 and replace BC-337-25 w/BC-338,if present in your set's chassis style.

Posted on Sep 25, 2007

SOURCE: Philips tv turns on by itself and is stuck in demo mode

Change the eeprom

Posted on Mar 17, 2008

Anonymous

SOURCE: volume controls don't work

Remote Batteries?

Posted on Jul 26, 2008

Anonymous

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SOURCE: Philips tv turns on by itself and is stuck in demo mode

i am not sure but that would scare the **** out of me

Posted on Jun 03, 2009

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