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Philips 28PW6008C Purity issues

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by Cubzilla, Dec 27, 2004.

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  1. Cubzilla

    Cubzilla Guest

    Hiya

    Is there a way to get into an engineer mode on the Philips 28PW6008C, I need
    to degauss the CRT.


    Anyone know if there are any issues with the above model ie purity problems
    ?


    All potential external issues ie speakers have been eliminated .


    Best wishes


    Cub
     
  2. eddumweer

    eddumweer Guest

    Is the degaussingcircuit being checked? there is no software involved with
    that.

    Has the tele not been falling, so the shadowmask is not good animore, if the
    purity comes after a minute of 10 than lower the contrast and check than
    later.

    Greetings PP
     
  3. Cubzilla

    Cubzilla Guest

    thanks for that, the telivision is new, the purity problem is as if the tv
    has been exposed to a strong magnetic field and the degaussing is not
    clearing it. the problem is it is visible on power up and may clear after
    use. I thought some tv's had a service menu that you could select may be a
    manual degauss



    Regards Trev
     
  4. Guest

    If it is new, and the problem does not clear after switching completely
    off, waiting 15 minutes, switching on (a few times), the set has been
    dropped during storage or delivery.
     
  5. NSM

    NSM Guest

    | thanks for that, the telivision is new, the purity problem is as if the tv
    | has been exposed to a strong magnetic field and the degaussing is not
    | clearing it. the problem is it is visible on power up and may clear after
    | use. I thought some tv's had a service menu that you could select may be a
    | manual degauss

    Sometimes they do this when you move them. It will fade out after a time -
    just use it normally.

    N
     
  6. Have you tried an external degauss with the appropriate degausing
    coil? Some people say that a soldering iron's (not pencil's) magnetic
    field will do a degauss, but I have never tried it.

    Tom
     
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