Question about Panasonic CT-32G11 32" TV
You press the power button, and the red light turns on then instantly off. I will then unplug the chord from the surge protector, or turn the surge off entirely. 10 seconds later, I will plug the chord back in or flip the surge back on. You can see a spark from outlet where the chord is plugged in. However, if you then press the power button, the tv will come on. The top few inches of the screen will have a distored see through look to it. After a few minutes, this will subside. When you turn the tv off, and try to put it back on, you have to repeat the above drill. Any suggestions? The tv is one year old.
IM HAVING THE SAME PROBLEM. SEEMS TO ME THAT THERE ARE DEFECTIVE CAPACITORS ON THE VERTICAL CUIRCUT. THATS WHY WHEN YOU UNPLUG THE UNIT THEN REPLUG IT IT CAUSES A SPARK. YOUR JUST SIMPLY RECHARGING THE VERTICAL FILTER CAPS. WHICH YOU CAN SEE THEM GOING BAD BY THE HORIZONTAL WHITE STREEKS ACROSS THE SCREEN. REPLACE WITH A HIGHER VOLTAGE RESISTANCE BUT KEEP THE UF VALUE THE SAME......
Posted on Sep 24, 2007
You first need to rplace the outlet if it sparks where the surge protector is plugged in as it should not spark for any reason. then you need to make sure thast its not the outlet causing your problem by running an long extensition corn or moving the set to a differant outlet.
Posted on Sep 11, 2006
Do you get extension corn in Iowa?
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