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How do I replace a Fan SOS PB Board in a Panasonic television?

Once we were able to dismount the tv we could see how much dust build up there was and I'm guessing this had something to do with the fan problems. Do we need to actually replace the fan board or just clean it up? Any help is appreciated.

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It signals that the fan for the Power Source failed and the board overheated and it has been shut down - most likely it was also damaged. The power source board and all the fans will have to be replaced. The fans are easy to get, they can be found at every IT shop, but the power source board must be an exact replacement, the model of your tv must be known precisely to find the replacement board.

Posted on Feb 08, 2011

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SOURCE: tv blinks 10 times tv repair man came out replaced

The 10 blink sos is a kind of a nightmare. There is a problem with the 15 volt line and I could be any number of boards. I would recommend calling panasonic to get authorized servicer out to look.

Posted on Feb 23, 2011

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SOURCE: i have a Panasonic TH-46PZ80U

This is the board
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Posted on Jun 15, 2011

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SOURCE: Panasonic television model TH-50PZ80U has trouble

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It will be very diffcult to make you understand where the board located in the circuit board. If you can follow its service schematic diagram, I've the schematic for TH 50PX75U. The internal circuit schematic for this model and your TH 50PZ80U are similar except in front panel appearance of cabin. If you are interested, send your email address to me by Fixya. I'll send a copy of it to you by return mail. After seeing that; you can determine whether you can do it by yoursef or not. I can't send it to you by this site, as it comes over 21MB in file size and in Adobe Acrobat format. This window does not allow me to sedn such large files. OK.

Posted on Jul 02, 2011

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SOURCE: 1 dg board, (stv 5v sense time out). ........ive

To pettinabatem
I am having a shutdown problem with a Panasonic TC-32LX50. Initially when pressing the on switch, you see for 1 second a right half white screen (the left side of the screen remains black) and the TV turns off and the LED flashes 1 time. I did a T-Con cable check (based on the half white screen) and indeed this went away. Got backlight (full screen and no half white screen anymore). But still the TV shuts down after 1 second and the Red front LED flashes one time. Since this code is also illustrating a "dg board, (stv 5v sense time out)" problem in this unit, I was wondering if indeed you have encountered a defective DG board with yours. I am enclining towards a defective Power supply board.

Posted on Jul 23, 2011

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