Question about Panasonic TC-32LX60 32 in. LCD Television
The TV will not come on, however, the red power light starts blinking in a short series of 6 blinks and a pause of approximately 2 or 3 seconds, and then repeats this pattern over and over. This has to be some type of code indicating what a technician should start looking at to repair the set. Does anyone know what this code means? This set is just over a year old and I would like to repair it.
Thanks to FixYa, I was able to repair my Olieva TV and its power supply problem which was quite similar to this TV's problem. Is their anyone with a manual that perhaps gives a description of this flashing code?
Hello it sounds like a main board issue but try this number and explain exactly ur issues to them they may say they only give info on parts but trust me just keep working ur way up and ull get some answers 800-833-9626 pannys parts and service their service manuals are horrible and not very much info that is really valuable is included in their service manuals another way to make money imagine that.
ill keep researching ur problem let me know if u get anywhere
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