Question about Panasonic CT-35SF23 35" TV
I don't know the age of your set but I've found some Panasonics with a loose connection on the heat sink (an aluminum plate standing vertically on the circuit board) of the regulator IC (chip). The IC gets its ground through the heatsink. If the ground is open the power supply puts out too much voltage and causes the set to go into shut down. I've found this problem several times. Stargazer
Posted on Jan 28, 2007
Hi Rokko, that part number brings up a video board assembly. Is this what you expected... Smoked electronics associated with storm related power surge can mean extensive problems in more than one area... what symptoms are you experiencing with the gear?
Have you got cover in your insurance policy... and many electricity companies are bound by law to maintain supply within a certain percentage, and even though it was a storm that caused the problem... the power company delivered it to you... and can be sued(or at least threatened) for damages if they don't get straight up and just sort out the problem for you. Is worth looking into:)
Posted on Feb 18, 2008
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