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Power supply I have the same problem but the power supply part # is cofusing and nowhere on the net is a picture of it. Service shop told me the part cost over $200 but some part dealers are telling me about part that cost as little as $65. Can you help me with the right part #? I wonder if the PS will burn up again.  One part # is 310432836301  PWR SUPL A other 310432836211 for $261.62 Thank you

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  • Jerry Krauz Apr 29, 2008

    Thanks for the part number.  Just before you put it here, one supplier sent me a wrong part. Same TV and they come with a wrong power supply.
    I noticed where the little sticker on the wrong part is, so I doublechecked your and viola, it's there. Pretty hard to see. What's confusing is, that the circuit board has a similar, bigger number etched in but it's not the right one.
      One more thing. Philips was rude and no help at all. So you can guess what my next HDTV will be.  Not Philips!

  • Jerry Krauz Apr 30, 2008

    I'll tell you next week if the power supply was the problem.
    Thanx again.

  • Jerry Krauz May 07, 2008

    "3104 328 38621 Is the part number for the supply."
    Thanks. It came in and the problem is gone. Small resistor was blown a Philips is using a bigger one now.

  • dominios_mon
    dominios_mon Sep 16, 2012

    how can i get the complet board

  • Jerry Krauz Sep 17, 2012

    E-bay http://www.ebay.com/itm/Philips-3104-328...

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3104 328 38621 Is the part number for the supply. I repair plasma and lcds tvs this is the number that i use were i work . If u go to partstore.com u can find it there for 114.32 hope this helps

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  • Anonymous Apr 29, 2008

    Pretty much the big number is etched on a circuit board is just a generic number for the pcb board before any components are added. If u are looking or a part number look for the 12NC. I can't say too much about philips being rude too you. But im glad i was able to help out.

  • Anonymous May 07, 2008

    Original 470 Ohm resistor was a I watt. Replacement is a 2 watt. Glad I could help.

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    dominios_mon Sep 16, 2012

    james i thank U i have on samaung lcd with negetive picture

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