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Philips Model 40PFL4609/7

Discussion in 'Do It Yourself (Not Computer-Related)' started by Arcie, Jul 26, 2018.

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  1. Arcie

    Arcie Thread Starter

    Jun 12, 2018
    Good Morning,

    Hoping someone can give me some help regarding the above model flat panel TV. The TV had a blown fuse and I had read that the common cause of this is Q601 ModFet shorting. It was shorted and I replaced it as well as the fuse and the unit still isn't working. I did purchase a component kit on ebay that gives the most common components that would cause the problem and replaced them as well. I checked the voltages on the Power supply board (BA4GP0F0102 1) connector that goes to the main board and I don't have voltage on any pins at all. I have checked on ebay and other sites on the internet for that pcb but no one has one or says it's out of stock. I did find one that is BA4GP0F0102 2 but don't have any idea if that revision is compatible. Any input or help will be appreciated.

    Thanks Bob
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