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Hi The screen on my Philips 32PF9641 often goes blank when switched on from cold. At first the TV comes on correctly but after 15-20 seconds the screen goes blank with the sound still on. I turn the TV off for a moment, switch it back on and it tends to work for a few seconds before going blank again (with the sound still working). Quite often I have to repeat this a number of times before the screen eventually stays on. There are days when this doesn't happen and it works as it should. I contacted online help with Philips to see if they recognised the problem but all they offered was an expensive service engineer. Has anybody had a similar problem? I suspect it's something like dodgy solder joint and until it fails completely there may be nothing for an engineer to find. Regards Rick

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I have exactly the same fault and looking around so has lots of others aswell!

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