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Philips magnavox model# 9p5040c102

The sound & picture is gone.

the pic was slow to come on correctly, it was fuzzy and go frm small to big

now nothing

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  • Stephen5 Dec 20, 2007

    I have the same problem as Whicks with Philips Magnavox Model# 9p5040c102. For about a month the picture would come on small but with sound. The size of the picture would zoom in and out for about 10 minutes, then settle down to normal and remain normal as long as the TV stayed on. For the last week, the picture would come on small and barely exist and without sound. After 30 minutes or so the picture would flick to normal and back small. When normal the picture would be with sound. When small, no sound. Again, the picture would eventually become normal and stay that way. Yesterday, no picture or sound at all. Can this be be fixed?

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Goto www.TvRepairKits.com and get their shrinking/expanding video repair kit. It works on the Philips sets.

Posted on Apr 08, 2009

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It is most likely the SAP setting is in place. This will kill the sound - except for channels that happen to be broadcasting some foreign language on that channel - which is getting fewer and fewer in the USA.

To reset the audio, go to the on-screen menu and select the setting for audio and make sure it is on stereo rather than SAP (second audio channel).


toggle between the SAP and Stereo and see which is compatible for ur settings

thank you


Posted on Apr 07, 2009

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