Question about Panasonic CT-32SC13 32" TV
Tv was on working fine switched it off then 4 hours later tried to turn it on and nothing happened why is this
I went to turn on my TV Friday night and it would not turn on. There usually is a red light that is on when the TV is off and that light turns green when the TV is on. That light is not red, green, or anything. It simply isn't on. The TV will not respond with either the remote or just using the buttons on the front of the TV. I've tried unplugging it and plugging it back in, changing outlets, and leaving it unplugged for 12 hours or more and it still will not work. What is wrong? Help me, please!!!
TV WONT POWER ON
LOOKED FOR A FUSE CLOSE TO POWER CORD UNABLE TO LOCATE. MODEL PANASONICCT-36SC13G Using the remote control attempted to power on 32" Panasonic TV (about 4 yr. old). When I pressed "ON" with remote, TV attempted to come on, then red light on TV controls when dark. Now TV will not power on at all, either manually or with remote. I think when I pressed "ON" I may have pressed one or more of the component buttons simultaneously as they are near the On-Off button on remote. When I did that, the TV screen attempted to light up, then went dark. Since then, nothing. Cannot even manually power on.
Unplug the unit and leave over night. replug the TV in. in the morning to a known good outlet. if this don't work take it to a service center.
Posted on Dec 18, 2010
Take your tv to technician who can check your power supply, if your power is coming on and off, than a problem is not as big. firstly let him check a ht of a supply constantly, your supply is cutting.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
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I had the same problem and took it apart. Before the repair there was no "click" when I pushed the button, a clue to the problem. The on-off button on the front pushes a weakly made angle piece of plastic inside which had broken. The plastic piece in turn is supposed to push an internal switch which is offset to one side.
I used epoxy (Araldite) to repair the broken plastic angle piece, but it still looks weak to me so I switch the tv off at the wall and leave the on-off button alone (though it does work now).
Opening the case requires some knowledge and care, and can be dangerous. It may void the warranty so be careful or give it to a qualified repair person.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
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