Question about Panasonic CT-32HX41 32" TV
Where are the fuses located on the Pansonic CT-32SX31 32" TV?
CT-32HX41, bought in 2002. Had it on and suddenly it turned off. Can't turn it on, no click when pushing on button, no sounds, no red light.
Once you take the back off there is a glass gma fuse withing a few inches of where the power cord plugs into the board at. This should be a 6.3 or 6.5 gma fuse. Very common to blow in your model because the degausing coil is a little to big for it. There are other reasons for it to blow but 99% of the time you change change it and the set will work again. Let me know if you need more help or info!
Posted on Sep 12, 2008
I have no sound coming from my panasonic. model # TH-46PZ80U i was fine then the next minute no sound while we were watching it
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This denotes a problem with the switching power supply or the high voltage power supply. what is happening is the safety relay is being actuated by the shutdown circuit. Any number of things can cause this proble but more then likely the problem is in the high voltage power supply section and or its associative circuitry. The switching power supply and the high voltages power supply have very dangerous voltages and I would not suggest that you work on the TV set unless you do have a background in electronics. If you do not I would suggest that you take the TV set to an electronics shop for repairs. If you do have a background in electronics, you will need the following items:
1) A schematic diagram (to know where voltage and signal test points are located and to have a reference of the levels.
2) A multimeter (to measure the DC voltage levels on the TV Set)
3) An oscilloscope (to measuer the AC voltage and signal levels in the TV set and compair them to the values in the schematic)
4) A signal generator (to generate a reference signal for troubleshooting)
I hope this helps,
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