Question about Panasonic CT-36HL43 36" TV
If you can find the Horizontal output transistor make sure it is not shorted, this set had a issue of repeated shorting of that part after just a few minutes and the cure for that is well known.
To trouble shoot you will need a volt/ohm meter and how to use it, the set if shorted will not always blow the fuse but will go into shutdown to prevent further damage.
Let me know your skill level and if able to use a meter etc or not.
Posted on Dec 10, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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This is usually down to a safety feature cutting out the Television from harming itself. Or quite possibly a fault that make it turn itself off - it may well be thinking it's receiving the command to turn itself off. Either way, it's impossible to find out without opening it up. A professional repair is the only way, check up on your warranty. You may want to plug it into a different power source, just on the off-chance that it may solve your problem - but don't get your hopes up.
Posted on Sep 07, 2007
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