Philips Tv Picture Problems
My TV a philips tv picture problems model 21pt6431 85r and my problem is that before gave AV1 AV2 option appeared Video and Component (Y Pb Pr) (green, blue and red) but nothing more comes out now and Front AV and not let me use the component (Y Pb Pr) (green, blue and red) for my dvd and occupy try 0 6 2 5 9 6 menu. What is the option bits set, the fifth option bits has to do with it but to get the value you must have the manual, I changed the eeprom with a blank and Autoprogram single and ready. I would have liked to send me the service manual and the manual that put the remote control was not on TV but thanks to all. Thanks to my friend Jorge Alvares de Ayacucho for the contribution. Phillips came this TV Model: 21PT9457/55, who came for the sync problem . . . as you know Phillips televisions always come with strange problems. In the pictures below you can see the tv both the back and nomenclature. In the picture below we can see a better way . . . as you see the problem is a failure of synchronism or the sweep is repeated several times . . Searching and prowling the problem we can go directly to these 2 components. Remove the 2 component, we measure our multitester and found that they are in perfect condition, but when you install the card have a malfunction that is due to have a small leak can not be captured by the test instrument. Then attach pictures of micro and eeprom for comparison with the tv that comes to your shop . . . and there is the image after you resolve the problem. Hello. I have a TV the same model, which has an audio problem, the fault is an intermittent beep that does change the sound channel mono - stereo, in the options menu of the TV. The noise disappears with the mute function, and when connected the DVD. Ok William, I can give you are notions which might be your problem, the whistles are always given by filtering, so it should be problem of electrolytic capacitors, you can begin to change in the supply, the large primary and secondary capacitors the source, which are close to the varicap, and those who are near the flayback. . . .