Question about Panasonic TH-42PD50U 42 in. Plasma EDTV
This problem happened a few days ago. I can turn the TV on and off but cannot change the station or the volume. Neither the remote nor the buttons on the TV itself work (except for Power). The one station that does work comes in fine. I do not have cable, I only use the over-the-air signal. I tried unplugging it overnight but this did not help. Panasonic support only referred me to a repair shop. Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks, John
John, That would be my recommendation also.. Sounds like the micon controller IC or some breakdown on the video systems board. A shop would be equipped to scope the various wave forms according to board schematics. Something you're probably not able to do unless you have at least a 20mHz scope, a signal generator and some other fairly expensive and complicated equipment. What I can help with to further the suggestion is that you take it to the shop yourself, that will save a few bucks - and if you're not sure on where to begin researching a reputable shop try the NESDA web site at: http://www.nesda.com/locator/state_search.php Sorry, as a certified tech it's my least favorite part of the job handing out an opinion you probably didn't want to hear. Good Luck Bill
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