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Hi, Symptoms and red light blinking 10 times shows that DG board is defective in this tv and it is available HERE for $119 These info will help you to decide about get tv repaired or buy new tv. Thanks.
I just received the same model from a neighbour because it too wouldn't power on after suddenly quitting. The T.V. rrepair shops quoted $160.00 to $250.00 to fix the power supply/transformer. All I did was rremove the back and check if the circuit board was actually receiving power from the corsd - it wasn't. I then replaced the plug, plugged it back in and the set works prefectly now. This is a commonm problem with panasonic and certainly does not require the services of a technician, not the exorbatant costs quoted to repair. Simply cut off the plug and replace with a sturdy self sealing/connecting one available at any hardware store for less than $1.00.
You most likley have an issue with your power supply. I am sure you have AC getting to the power supply but he question is are there any DC voltages coming out of it to make the set operate? I would suggest changing the power supply first.
To turn off the "stuck" pip on a Panasonic tv without a remote, turn off the tv. Then hold down the "Action" button on the front of the tv and press the power button. This will activate a reset and self check of the systems and voila! The pesky pip screen will be gone! This is on an approximately 10 year old regular crt "CT-xxxxx" series tv.