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Panasonic tx-p50u20b Flashing green led

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lets verify first to narrow down where the problem came from, now when the indicator is flashing then doesn't steady to green that is mean their is something error detected by the main board that is why won't turn on. at this point you will need to apply trouble shooting so first you need to open the back cover of the tv unit to access the internal part make sure you have the proper tools and device. now turn the tv on then while the indicator is flashing you need to check the output voltage of power supply if all present the 5v stand by,5v switch,12v and 24v. then check the PS_ON voltage from the main board going to power supply if not available their is a problem with the processor. then at the same time you need to have a INV_ON voltage going to inverter ballast if also no voltage around 3.3v then it was confirmed you have bad processor. check also bad component at inverter ballast a shorted component will cause the main board to shut off. hope this will help just let me know if it works thanks for consulting the fixya.

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