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I have a 36" Panasonic TV (manufactured in 2004) that suddenly stopped working. It was working fine up until I turned it off one evening before going to bed. The next morning, when I went to turn it on, NOTHING. No power indicator light, NOTHING. I'm a big "do-it-yourselfer", so I took off the back cover of the TV case and discovered that it was just a burnt-out fuse. It is a small "snap-in" glass fuse that should be mounted to a circuit board near the area where the main power chord enters the back of the TV. I found the replacement fuses at Radio Shack. The fuse came in a package of 4, for $2.99. Cheap fix and works great! The biggest problem I had with the fix is that the TV weighs 386 lbs., so I had to get help lifting it out and back into the entertainment center.
is the blurry all around the picture have different color like a smear of red, blue or yellow? if it is i think the posistor of your tv is not working. it is the one who activate the degaussing coil around the picture tube the prevent color miss-landing upon opening your tv set.
When you have a 3-d effect. this is called convergence. Is the picture disorted or bowed in. if the picture is bowed in then this is an indicaTION of complete loss of power to covergence curcit. I always check to see if you have the convergence option in the setup menu if you do not then i suggest reading the fl231 problem in the tips and tricks sectionl
The tv needs degaussing (demagnetizing) unplugg the set tonight and then plug it and turn it on in the morning. You should hear a a "bonk" noise when the set is first turned on after being cold- this is the internal degausse circuit working and it should fix your problem if you don't hear the "bonk" sound or it does not fix your problem call arepair shop to have the degausse your set and possibly fix the internal degausse circuit.
it would intermittedly display a bowed rainbow effect and the picture would jump to that/black/back into focus.
it was nothing but due to change of place due to decaussing ckt to take care of magnetic effect of earth.
this morning i turned it on with a black screen. It has audio but no video.
your problem it sounds me that it is due to loose contact or loose connector or due to video ckt. as you said that sudio is ok.
if you are not tech person call skilled tech to fix it .it is not a major problem.
hope this will help you
please let me know what happened.