Question about Panasonic Televison & Video
SOURCE: Convergence/power off
no sundog this model has the potenthal to be a nice tv when you saw the burn't resisters that was your clue to change the stk's now that you have fixed the res problem the bad stk is telling the set to shut down replace stk,s i ALWAYS change both (buy the way in the future those are hi watt res THEY SMOKED FOR A REASON maybe you thought they were installed in the 70"s ha ha. but they smoked because the stk's one or more are bad. good luck doc
Posted on Aug 18, 2006
Most projections have a removable speaker cover on the front under the screen. Then there is an access panel that you remove the CRT sockets are the circuit boards attached to the CRTs
Posted on Jan 22, 2008
5 blinks is telling you that IC4511 on the DG board is faulty. This is not serviceable you will need a new DG board the part number of that board is TNP2AA126
Posted on Mar 25, 2008
SOURCE: no raster, no sound on 53UWX10B
double check the wire connections, as the filaments not being lit makes me thing a wire isnt connected properly, or one may have been loosend while doing the convergence repairs.
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
SOURCE: Panasonic projuction screen tv.
3 blinks is the error code for the convergence ICs. You need to replace both STK392-110 convergence ICs. You can get replacement ICs at the following link and they provide installation instructions with pictures.
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
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