We have Panasonic TV model CT-36Hx42F. It was working last night. Now it will not come on. We have unplgged it for 3 hours and checked to see if the outlet was working by plugging in a lamp. The TV, DirectTV receiver, and DVD player were all plugged into the entertainment center's surge protector. The receiver and DVD player both have their power indicator lights on, but not the TV. We have tried to find the TV's reset button, but we have not been able to locate it. Where is the reset button located on this model? What are some other possible ways to fix our TV?
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hi,disconated from AC main. if you know bit of repairing tv and soldering? this what to look for main power board.
1 x dry joints
2 x leaky capacitors
just remember when changing cap's make sure to use the 105' and same value.
It seems that the electrical relay's, it getting completed is not able to create the high voltage required for proper display. Hence on switching it on, the power LED will immediately light up but since the circuit is not completed it switches to standby and then off. Get the relays replaced and make sure you connect the main power chord to a 15 Ampere rating wiring usually the line meant for A/c and hot water Geyser(called as high power line)..........sodeep
no remote but tv was working with front power key? unplug from ac outlet and plug back and listen for any type of indication (noise or chirp) that something energizes inside if theres nothing then suspect a power supply problem, main fuse blown, shorted low volt rectifiers other components could be at fault.
I had the same problem. Sometimes the processor gets overheated, particularly when dealing with high definition signals. Unplug the television from the power strip or wall outlet and it should reset everything. When you plug it back in it should work. Not a long-term solution, I know, but it will get your TV working again.
Sure, Why not?
It is worth the effort.
If the set is 'dead', it is the easiest to repair.Only 'tampered' sets pose problems.
It could be a simple blown Fuse, or the Power Regulator IC.
This should not cost you more than $100-150 as Technician charges + 15-20$ for spares.
It could also be a defective Horizontal Outut Transistor and short cicuiterd FBT, (tho' it seems remote), but if yes, add another $100.
definitely worth calling a professional techie