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philips 32pw6006c television faults

Discussion in 'TVs' started by bertybasset39, Dec 27, 2004.

  1. bertybasset39

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    i have a philips 32pw6006c television and have been told by my daughter that it is a common fault that this set keeps switching itself off and back on again - lately this has happened to me nearly every day and i was wondering if anybody else was experincing the same problem --- or if someone can direct me to a web page that that could confirm this for me , so that i could take it up with my supplier , i would be very grateful many thanks -- bertybasset
     
  2. nig28

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    Hi
    If this TV has A10E written on the back near to the model number, then that model suffers from problems with the Painter chip.
    Nigel
     
  3. bertybasset39

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    i have had a look but i dont see a103 television switches itself off and on approx every other day once a day -- many thanks
     
  4. jason_one

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    hi
    sometimes you can turn down the l.o.p.t screen volts (look for big transfomer which has a fat red lead contened to the top of tube)
    there are two small control at the base of the transformer
    one screen and one focus.
    this has work with some pw24-28-32-6006 tvs.
    if this don't work for you it would cost £70-£150 to get it fix. :eek:
    hope this helps jas..
     
  5. red16v

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    I do not believe you should be adjusting anything in the back of your tv set unless you confident that you are qualified and equipped to do so. yt.
     
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    if bertybasset knows someone that could try adjusting the screen volts
    it may stop the tv cutting out and save some £££.
    if not bertybasset could pay someone qualifed to do the job.

    jas
     

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