Question about Panasonic CT-32SL15 32" TV
I was watching a baseball game recently when I encountered this problem. Right before my eyes I noticed a subtle shift in color, I thought it was just the broadcast and changed the channel but soon found out that the problem was on all channels. The color red seemed to have just drained from the picture, I further verified this by going to NBC to see their peacock logo, the color red was drained from that completely. I messed with the color, tint, picture setting on the remote to no success. Turned the the TV on and off several times, unplugged it from the circuit breaker and replugged all to the same results. There's no red anywhere! Please advise! The unit in questions is a Panasonic CT-32SL15 Tau Series FlatScreen and I've only had it less than a year. I've never knocked it over, spilled anything on it and always keep it shielded from the sun etc. It's the first big screen I've ever bought so I'd hate for it to be busted already.
The red transister on the CRT socket could be at fault. there is 3 transisters on the socket check for the voltages on all 3. If the red is high unplug the socket and see if it normal if not the transister or circuit feeding has a short. If low the same case seneral applies and a resistor feeding the transister is defective or the transister itself is at fault
Posted on Jun 11, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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