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Philips 50PFP5332D/37 Power supply issues??

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Old 04-11-2012, 10:05 AM   #1
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Default Philips 50PFP5332D/37 Power supply issues??

I've seen this TV issues covered all over the internet and forums, but I cannot seem to find a SOLID answer. Or when someone does figure out what fixed their set, they don't post anymore to let others know. If I'm reposting this question improperly, I apologize as I have searched the internet since Friday before doing so. I have this set, with power supply LJ92 01511A.

When I plug it in, it turns on and screen works. If I press the menu button or either channel button on the side when the set it on, it shuts down. I receive 2 green blinks on power board and 6 red blinks on front panel. Same thing happens if I start to play a DVD for about 10 seconds. If I just let it sit and do nothing with it (no input source), it seems to stay on, or at least a lot longer. The only way to turn it back on is unplug/plug it back in. I've replaced capacitors DC8402, DC8410, DC8413, DC8414, DC8417. Same issue.

Is there any other way to fix this set, or does anyone know of a good source for a well priced replacement PS if that is the problem?

Thanks in advance!
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Old 04-11-2012, 02:23 PM   #2
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Also, I tested the voltages coming from the power supply and the Vs reading was 207, Va reading was 63.8, and D5v read 5.20v

Update: Found a capacitor that a shop had soldered in for me. It wasn't getting "warm" like all the other ones when I let the TV on for a while. Resoldered it myself and put back together. TV would turn on for about 5 seconds, and shut right down now. If I disconnect the cables going to the A/V board, it will turn on and stay on (with no image or button functionality). Perhaps the PS is fine but my A/V board is shot?

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