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Philips Magnavox # PTV835, Model # 9P6034

Posted by tekj (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 1, 07 at 19:33

Good Day,
I was reading through your site, and I have the same TV w/ a similar problem (as below). My TV has the concave picture top & bottom, but everything else is fine. While reading the site I didn't come across the possible solution, so I was hoping to get a remedy.

Thanks very much,

tekj

Posted by gkiser (My Page) on Sun, Dec 26, 04 at 18:44

Hello, and Happy New year!
Please help, I have a phillips magnavox 60" manufactured in
2000, chassis # PTV835, Model # 9P6034 C101. When first
turned on the picture would go to a concave type and 1/2 size, and the volume would go up and down, however after being left on for about 15 minutes the picture would go back to normal, It kept getting worse and worse and now I have no picture at all nor any sound. The sound seemed to get worse along with the picture. Also it seems the remote would no longer operate the TV once the problems started. I have a limited knowledge of TV's but do know electronics pretty well. I'm guessing I have a voltage problem but do knt know how to diagnos the part that's bad. Can you offer any suggestions? I have pow4er to the set and the green LED lights up when the power switch is turned on but that is all it will do. No hum, no buzz nothing


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