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Phillips Magnavox 32' TV problem

Posted by randy2813 (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 26, 06 at 19:48

I am having the same problem with my Phillips Magnavox TS3254 TV. Chasis Model # 32Z500-7563. The TV starts and after a while the screen goes gray with white lines and shuts off. I have seen many postings to replace the R3340 resistor on the CRT circuit board. My model does not have #s that high on the CRT board. The circuit board # is GR6B-97 212974C0320B is also printed on the board. The resistors are labeled R54, R55, R60, etc....
Can you tell me which resistor need replacement?
Thanks


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RE: Phillips Magnavox 32' TV problem

Can anyone give me some help with a Magnavox 60"? I turn it on and all I hear is a click. The "green" power indicator stays on but nothing happens. I turn it off and on several times. Eventually the sound begins and a picture very small in size appears. Color is off and picture looks like a "negative" image. After the T.V. warms up, the picture becomes larger and clearer. Getting much worse. Any help out there would be very much appreciated.

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