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PICTURE DARK

BRIGHTNESS TURNED ALL THE WAY UP,STILL DARK IS THERE A CONTROL OR SETTING ON CHASSIS THAT NEEDS ADJUSTMENT ??? THANKS GHEERK

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Where is the chip located? Where is the disc capacitor? I have no service manual is there picture of parts somewhere to locate these?

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I had the same problem soI decided to go ask at our local tv shop Panasonic warranty place and he was nice enough to tell me the problem . So for everyone reading .. these had a defect with some of the disc capacitors they used on the CRT board it as 2 on there . The second problem is with the ``YC`` chip . panasonic sets have many unusuall malfunctions caused by this chip such as a black & white picture or brightness problems . unfortunatly my set has a bad chip . There we all learned something today . he invites you to contact a Panasonic ``rep`` he will tell you the same thing .

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