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Hi! i think I have the same problem with panasonic, I have PT - 53WX42F projection TV and when I turn it on it works for 3-4 seconds then shuts down and blinks 3 times and then in 4-5 seconds blinks one more time and that's all If I press power button again I cant do anything untill I unplug the wire from the power and then it repeats. I got this TV from my friend and noticed that he replaced STK 392-110 on the A-Board and I saw 2-3 shortcuts on the board while he was replacing them so maybe I think it is some automatic guard been worked so maybe I need to replace them (STK392-110 2 pcs) again? How did you fix your problem if you did and what was the reason? I would very appreciate your help to me ! Thank you ! 407 285 33 55 email@example.com :)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
STOP THE PRESS!! I FIXED MY TV for a whopping $26.
I took a wild shot and purchased two STK392-110 convergence amplifiers from http://www.electronix.com/. They ship fast, placed my order on Tuesday evening after coming here and placing my comment. To my suprise the parts were in my mailbox on Friday. The parts were actually $12 but I also picked up a iron and a solder sucker.
So rarewish4us, If you're in the South Florida area I'd be more than happy to take that "JUNK" off your hands. LOL
If I were you, I'd give it a shot before you junk it.
Posted on Feb 09, 2008
SOURCE: Can't power up
The buzzing noise you are hearing is most likely the ballast fire, this is good. You most likely have a bad lamp which is the best case for you. I would recommend pulling the lamp out and looking at it to see if its physically shattered or not.
The instructions for pulling the lamp can be found in your owners manual. If you do not have this anymore just look on the sides or the back of the tv for a small door with a screw or 2 in it. take those screws out and the door should come off, then take the screw(s) out of the lamp and pull it out. if you see glass rolling around inside you will need a new lamp. Let me know and I will help you find a good one at a good price.
Posted on Sep 12, 2008
SOURCE: removing STK-392-110 chip
Hi, they overheated and are really stuck to the heatsink compound you will have to use a flat blade screwdriver and a hammer and tap them until they break loose, be SURE to remove the old white heatsink compound before you apply the new compound to the new stk`s, you did purchase a tube of heatsink compound for the new stk`s right? No compound = cooked stk`s in 6 months, good luck, video-tek
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
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