Question about Panasonic PT-47WX49 47" Rear Projection Television
I recently changed the blown fuse of our Panasonic flat screen which is more than 5 years old already. It turned on but after 10 minutes is just turns off by itself. I kept on unplugging the cord as suggested, but again, after another 10 minutes it turns off again. Can please anybody help since I am not a technical savvy. Thanks!
I was given a 42 in panasonic because it had this problem. I took it home and plugged it in and pushed the power on button. before it could come completely on I pushed the power off button. I did this 3 times and then turned it on and TV worked fine. This made my friend sick since he just bought a new one. I offered it back but he said keep it. :)
Posted on Jun 20, 2007
If your unit was blowing fuses you must have had an overload somewhere. Your post is not clear. Does your unit run ten minutes after unplugging and replugging it? If it does then there is still a partial short in it somewhere which causes it to shut down for protection. It could be anywhere. Some detail on what happened prior to the fuse blowing would be helpful for diagnosis. You do not sound like you would have the expertise to troubleshoot this unit. I doubt there could be much wrong with it and the cost should be minimal. Find a reputable repair shop to handle the repair. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 07, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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