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PLASMA PANASONIC TH-42PA20

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the plasma therns on with some noise from the power supply.
the pictcher is good but if i move the INPUT to another the plasma therns OFF and the led blinks 5 tims.

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  • tlv2 Nov 23, 2008

    HI
    i dont andertennd you....
    all the plugs see OK !
    also'
    the green LHGIT DONT APEER in the front of the panel.
    please
    give me an unswer.
    thenks
    meir.

  • tlv2 Nov 23, 2008

    HI

    I DID THAT YRSTERDAY

    ITS THE SAME PROBLEM

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Could be the fans. Your bright setting may cause the plasma to get hot causing the fans to turn on. If the buzzing noise is coming from your speakers it could be bad wires or bad directv receiver.


Turn the brightness level down and the noise wld be subsided.................

And regarding 5 blinks............


U knw wat each blink refers to a certain indication...........


Download the pdf file, It shows the reason for 5 blinks ( It refers to defective board )............


Read hoe to go about this issue :)


http://www.pasctraining.panasonic.com/pass/elearn/files/Plasma/070608_10th_Gen_FlowCharts_070607-P.pdf

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Dear Sir/Madam,


5 red LED blink problem with a singing power supply. Turning on and off, normally twice. Try hard reset.
Most likely the SC board. Sometimes an SU or SD will go bad and take out the SC as well so carefully check the surface mount ICs on the SU and SD for small cracks, bubbles, or other signs of overheating.
Be careful if you choose to look at this yourself.


Thanks
good luck

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You are talking about tv right

Unplug the power cord for 3 hours. This will totally discharge the internal eproms and empty out any old memory data. When you power back up it will reset to factory defaults

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A possible loose wire connections / signal have result the problem.

check the connections.

Posted on Nov 23, 2008

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