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phillips magnovox 52'' projection

Posted by garyd917 (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 1, 08 at 22:26

phillips magnavox PTV835 model 9P5034's picture sometimes shrinks to half its normal size. picture also somtimes has a "bouncing" effect. although its does seem to get a little better as the tv "warms up". no sound problems. im pretty handy, any repair info? thanks!

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RE: phillips magnovox 52'' projection

That's qutie strange problem, if your tv is still under the warranty you can call the store for help.

RE: phillips magnovox 52'' projection

I just paid the Sears man $100.00, to tell me the High Voltage Board in my 1998 vintage 52' Phillips Magnavox is shot @ the tune of $657.00 to replace. He said the low voltage board normally goes first, and it isn't far behind, along with the three tube projection construction. I paid $2000.00 for this T.V. @ Sears in 1998. I'm not going to throw it away. I'm going to store it until I can find a graveyard of these T.V.(s), and scavenge parts over time. Quick disconnect construction shouldn't require high tech replacment of the electronic components anyway? In the meantime, I'm going to spend the $600.00 on a new HD plasma T.V. Anyone know where I can find these used parts? Please call me at 478-987-5739(land), 407-719-9193(cell), or 478-218-0648(fax). Thanks for the Help!!! Have a Nice Day!!

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