Question about Panasonic CT-32D12D 32" TV
I fied this set the fault was R801 suerge resistor in the supply line now need some advice the original value of the resistor was 1.5 ohmes 7watts since i din't have 7watts i replaced with 1.5 ohms 5watts is this ok. thankyou.
It is not good to replace the Watts of a resistor for a lower wattage the best thing you can do is if you didn't find the 7 watts resistor replace it for a 1.5 ohms 10 watts or more if you can't find that one you can always use a resistor with higher watts but not with lower than marked on the actual resistor , this is because the comsumption of amps of the resistor can damage a lower wattage resistor.
Posted on Nov 06, 2006
I would not recomend replacing the 7w with the 5w, beacuse the resistor will allways run hot, hotter then the resistor should be. the resistor could possible melt anything that touches it & will not last as long as the original before it goes bad. find a 7w, if just for safty reasons.
Posted on Nov 03, 2006
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Sep 10, 2016 | Sony Standard (CRT) Televisions
Your unit is in standby
mode only and can't power up because there's faulty output voltages in the
power supply section. Most of the TV with the same symptom as what you've
stated has a bad filter electrolytic capacitor in the output of the power
supply section. It will dropped the voltage from normal and disable the unit.
Sometimes it has a physical indication of fault like bulged/dome at the top but
not all, you must have a capacitor checker to determine its condition.
Another caused was an
open fusible resistor(low resistance resistors) in line with the output of the
power supply section. It acts as a normal fuse to guard the supply from load
malfunction to avoid further damaged.
circuitry and EEPROM IC will do the same symptoms.
This symptoms needs a
technical skills to isolate where the fault came from. If you don't have
necessary tools and test instruments and can't troubleshoot the symptoms
yourself, I would advice you to look for an experienced technician to isolate
Also, check if your unit
is under warranty period/extended warranty, avail it because the manufacturer
will fix it for free. Don't attempt to open the back cover, it will void the
Hope I helped you.
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