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have u check the menu??? where u can move the audio optons, panasonic has 3 options: speakers on speaker off variable pre out (u can connect and amplifier and when u up the volume in ur tv then u turn up the volume in the amplifier) speaker off continues out (u turn on and down the volumen directly on the amplifier)
try to connect an amplifier to the tv an see if u have sound.
i u dont have sound neither the amplifier the audio in the tv must be damaged.
my trinitron wega 32" flatscreen standby light blinks 12 times when its cold then and turned off then back on warm 4 times, I believe this is self diagnosis and degauss time. You might want to try and move it away from any magnets, speakers , or take the back off and airdust everything, be careful while inside the cabinet, theres a high voltage present even when off, the thick red wire all by itself going to the plug on the middle right side of the tube is HOT. maybe try plugging it into a different surge suppressor or right into the wall too.
After reviewing the info with the same tv sitting in front of me.
seems to be a connector problem in the video board that is connected to the crt. the connector between the video board and the signal board. remove this board, inspect the board and spray and clean the connectors. also try to ruffin up the contacts if possible. also resolder connectors, and check crt board for cracks. this is a known problem with these.
please report back if this helps you.
Can you tell me if you have s[eaers on or near the TV? If so It may be possible that the TV is being affected by the speakers being too close if that is the case. If so then to move them of or away and to turn the TV off for 30 min should solve it. Hope this helps.
If it is in one of the corners it is a magnetic interferece problem. Most '90s and later sony tvs have a built in degaussing. Turn the tv off and turn in back on and it will degauss. If you have speakers too close move them away. If you have the tv on and move the speaker away you can see the effect.
You have a TV with mono sound, and those sets only have one speaker. The same cabinet is used for the sets with stereo sound, which is why there are spaces for both speakers. Your set does not have a second audio amplifier to connect another speaker to.
Have you had any kind of magnets close to the tv set? I had a brand new sanyo do the same thing. I had pulled the speaker box out of my truck and stood it up next to the tv (not thinking about where I put it). Turned it on a few hours later only to see a messed up picture. I moved the speaker box to get behind the tv and the picture got better. Moved the speaker box back to the truck and after a couple of days the picture was back to normal. These were 4 large magnets on these speakers. Maybe I helped some!