Question about Philips Magnavox 32PS55S 32" TV

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Philips 32PS55 S321

Any time I am watching the TV it could be cold or warm, any bright or white screen, it shuts the TV off. well, it is still running, but in order to get the picture back, I need to shut it off and turn it back off. Any ideas on what this could be?

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  • ron_d Dec 16, 2007

    I have the exact same problem. If you change the channel the picture will come back on as well. Please let me know if you find a solution!

  • neraht May 26, 2008

    i have a similiar problem. mine also shuts off when it gets to bright. i have noticed that if i turn down the brightness it helps but also makes normal things very hard to see. i also notice a strobing affect dureing the bright scenes, as in the screen shrinks and swells back up again rapidly. coupled with the left and right sides are cut off, as though it is playing in wide screen. i have checked all the settings i know how to and need LOTS of assistance. :)

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Unless you are a technical electrition its impossible to tell you how to fix it, botom line you will need to take it to a repair store to be fixed , sorry i cant be more helpful

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Check C2455 47mfd @25v on main boardand R3345 on crt board

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