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Philips lcd 55pfl4706/f7 turned off and won't turn back on.

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Philips lcd 55pfl4706/f7 turned off and won't turn back on. If I press power on set our remote I get nothing but a single white blink from power light. Have replaced power supply and main board. Same results....help!
Submitted: 12 months ago.
Category: TV
Expert:  Master Fix It replied 12 months ago.

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How old is your TV?

Also did your turn it off, or did it shout off by itself?

And does it get a lot of use?

Thank you

Tech Michael

Customer: replied 12 months ago.
Off by itself and yes
Customer: replied 12 months ago.
1 1/2
Customer: replied 12 months ago.
Years old...sorry
Expert:  Master Fix It replied 12 months ago.

Thank you for that information.

This could be one of two things but both require service unfortunately.

This could be the power supply board or the back light but I suspect the power supply board as the fault on this one.

Its something you could replace your self with my assistance if you are handy and have some basic hand tools.

Let me know on that?

I can tell you the best place to get that board I will talk you though this its pretty easy to do.

But if not, you will need to have the TV serviced, Best Buy is very good with this, they send it out for the repair at a good price and they do very high quality repairs.

Or you can check for a small local home audio Video shop, as most of them now perform repairs either at your home or the shop.

I wish I had better news for you, I really do.

In any case, I will stick with you until this is complete,

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Thank you and have a nice day!

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Customer: replied 12 months ago.
Already replaced the power supply and main board. Power supply from eBay and main board from tvguy.com
Expert:  Master Fix It replied 12 months ago.

Thanks, ***** ***** time for the LCD Backlight and its driver board or ballast as its called.

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Thanks

Tech Michael

Customer: replied 12 months ago.
What's the procedure for the backlight?
Expert:  Master Fix It replied 12 months ago.

Hi, you would remove the light and the ballast, as that is the best thing to do in this case because if you just change the lamp, the old ballasts seem to have trouble powering a new one due to the higher current draw on old components.

I think on that one, you need to desolder the back light, the ballast just is a plug in connector I believe.

But if you don;t have good soldering skills it would be best to have someone with experience do this one because its really easy to cause more damage to the board if you make a mistake.

Tech Michael

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