Philips 2013: Die 7008 und 7108 TV-Serien (Update 6)

Alle Informationen zu den einzelnen Serien der jeweiligen Jahrgänge
9708 (UHD), 8908 (DesignLine), 8708 (Elevation), 8008, 7108, 7008, 6678, 6198, 6188, 6158, 6008, 5038, 5028, 5018, 5008, 4908, 4528, 4508, 4418, 4398, 4308, 4268, 4258, 4228, 4218, 4208, 4028, 4008, 3258, 3218, 3208, 3188, 3168, 3158, 3148, 3138, 3118, 3108, 3088, 3078, 3028, 3018, 3008, 2978, 2908
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  • #177638 Antworten
    Toengel
    Verwalter

    Tachchen,

    aufschrauben und auf der Stromplatine nach Defekten schauen… Kabelverbindungen intern prüfen…

    Toengel@Alex

    #181743 Antworten
    Thomas Fischer
    Gast

    Hallo,
    seit gestern funktioniert mein 55pfl7108k gar nicht mehr … keine Bild, kein Ton, kein nichts … nur die rote Standby-LED blinkt im Rhytmus X-X—-X-X—-X-X—-. Alles vom Strom nehmen und wieder einstecken hat kein Ergebnis gebracht.

    Kann ich das gute Stück “irgendwie wiederbeleben”?

    #181744 Antworten
    Toengel
    Verwalter

    Tachchen,

    Schutzschaltung… schau dir das “Strom-Mainboard” mal genauer an…

    Toengel@Alex

    #181788 Antworten
    Thomas Fischer
    Gast

    Okay, ich habe das gute Stück aufgeschraubt – leider sieht man auf den ersten Blick keine geschwärzten Bereiche oder geplatzten Kondensatoren auf dem Board – als ich eines der metallenen Rechtecke (ich dachte das sind Kühlkörper) berührte hab ich eine elekt. Schlag bekommen … sind das doch andere Teile?

    Board

    #181789 Antworten
    Thomas Fischer
    Gast
    #182516 Antworten
    atakatas
    Gast

    Hi Toengel,

    I need your help on the reboot issue of my tv. I have a Philips 47PFL7008K/12 model LCD TV. I’m in trouble with a continuous restart problem.

    This problem occurred within the first few months after I bought the TV in 2014. I received support from the technical service under warranty, all they had done was installing the up-to-date firmware, but somehow the problem was solved at that time. After that, the problem appeared 2-3 more times at intervals of several months. In one of them I called the technical service second and the last time. Thereafter, the problem reoccurs once or twice a year. I solve it in 1-2 days by downgrading or upgrading firmware, disconnecting all cables, etc.

    I was using it for the last 1 year without any problem. The last time, after 1 year the problem appeared again in this week. I tried whatever I can do, but it doesn’t stop reboots. I previously brought up the topic in the Philips forum several years ago (I did not try to find the links at the moment). Philips has never accepted that there is such a problem.

    I tried anything I can do to stop the reboots, but no vain:
    disconnected all the cables and waited for hours in this condition (one of them was about 40 hrs),
    waited for half a day in the stand-by position with only the power cord plugged in,
    applied the firmware downgrade and upgrade processes (mainly tried the versions: 171.51, 173.45, and 173.67),
    paired and un-paired the remote control,
    factory reset and reinstalled tv from the settings menu,
    turned-off all other devices at home like wi-fi modem, another tv in the kitchen, etc. while waiting and starting tv.

    Sometimes, even during the firmware installation, reboots continue, then somehow the installation is completed. If I wait on the successful installation screen, it stops reboots. Just after pressing the on/off button on the remote control, reboots continue after the tv powers off-on itself.

    After waiting for a long time the power cord unplugged, the first reboot can be 9-10 seconds later, the next reboots become more frequent. For example, in first reboot the TV remains on and reacting commands from RC for 10 seconds, after that it remains on for 4-5 seconds. Finally, I realized yesterday that it remains on for 60 seconds after down/upgrading the latest firmware, reinstalling tv, and resetting factory defaults from settings menu, while my wi-fi router turned off.

    What exactly could be the source and the solution of this problem?
    Is this a problem related to the faulty capacitors on the mainboard?
    Is there a way to reset all user data on the TV eg. with a secret key combination?
    What are the systemA and systemB rootfs partitions for? One installation is being written on A, the next one is on B.
    Are the files in /data/data partition copied between the A and B from each other? Are these files contain user data or data from firmware? If the files are user data and corrupted, how to clean them?

    Waiting for any help and suggestion.

    Best Regards,
    Abdurrahman Takataş

    #182599 Antworten
    Toengel
    Verwalter

    Hi,

    you can try to go into the service menu and load apply the “Virgin Reset”… it will start the TV from the scratch…

    systemA / systemB: it’s a backup partition. If something went wrong with a firmware update, the other partition is used…

    Toengel@Alex

    #195403 Antworten
    f3sty
    Gast

    Hi Toengel,
    Bei mir genau das gleiche Problem. Nach Einstecken des Stromkabel, blinkt die Standby Leuchte rhythmisch hinundher aber der tv startet nicht. Der tv wurde 2 Wochen nicht benutzt und war ausgeschaltet, als ich ihn gesehen habe war die Leuchte schon am Blinken

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