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Panasonic model TX-29GF10X, went on stand by , and not Switching ON again, what is the majore cause?? or what does the TV need to restart again

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Your problem im afraid could be one of several things. Power supply problems,sweep supply,horizontal output transistor,standby power supply. The best thing for you to do , if your not a tech, take the set into a reair depot as these are solid state sets and have no user replaceable parts inside. Good Luck

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