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Phillips HDTV problem

Posted by grnacrz (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 28, 09 at 15:15

Today our Phillips HDTV just went off automatically. If you turn it back on the on/off light stays on for a few seconds and you hear a very faint beeping sound and then it goes off. It has been working fine up until today- no issues. It is about 3 years old and is not a flat screen- it does have a wide screen. Can anyone help or advise?

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RE: Phillips HDTV problem

doesn't look good, but

perhaps a model number would be helpful

RE: Phillips HDTV problem

Model #30pw9110d/37 (Sorry) Could this be a fuse that we could replace ourselves?

RE: Phillips HDTV problem

My three year old [bleeping] TV becomes fussy once or twice a year. Unplugging it from the wall power outlet overnight will correct the situation for months.

As I type above I remember symptoms similar to the OP when turned it on for the very first time when new. The salesman laughed and said that happens often and he replaced it.

RE: Phillips HDTV problem

I am the OP and I tried unplugging overnight and it didn't correct the problem. Does anyone know how to take the back/bottom off so we can see if there is a fuse that can be replaced?

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