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Default Philips 28" Blackline-Sproblem - diagnostics?

A Philips 28PW6324 28" Blackline-S widescreen randomly switches off.
Any pointers to diagnostic websites, or pointers to what's wrong &
how to fix it?
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Default Philips 28" Blackline-Sproblem - diagnostics?

How randomly?
These kinds of faults can be tough to find.
Many times could be cracked or cold solder joints (usually near high
heat producing parts) that can be found by careful inspection and
gentle flexing of the boards and tapping on suspect components.
Could also be contaminated tact switches on the front of the board
beneith the front of the CRT...... careless cleaning on the CRT can
permit windex to flow down onto the board.
Just to make certain it is not the remote control causing the problem,
take the batteries out of it and put it in a drawer for a couple days.
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A Philips 28PW6324 28" Blackline-S widescreen randomly switches off.
Any pointers to diagnostic websites, or pointers to what's wrong &
how to fix it?


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