Question about Panasonic TH-50PV80H 50 inch Multi-System Plasma TV
It will be best to contact the authorized service center for Panasonic at your town. Some critical parts to Plasma displays will be very difficult to get by open electronic spare part market.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Panasonic Plasma problem
I have the same problem on my Panasonic PT-50DL54 DLP!
I just received my television back from repairs and hopefully, with fingers crossed, the problem is solved. The Panasonic repairman replaced (5) faulty power capacitors. I do not know exactly what that meant, however, he stated that is what was causing the set to shut off, triggering the various blink codes. Anyway, good luck... I think we all are experiencing the same problems due to a faulty design flaw. Let's hope this works...
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Posted on Apr 10, 2008
This could be the screen itself, or it can be the driver board. You will have to bring the set to the authorized service rep. They will swap out boards to determine where the fault is.
If the set is out of warranty it may be fairly expensive to service.
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
There are several possibilities here. Four different boards are involved in the horizontal scan of a plasma tv. The most likely order of failure for what you describe is; SC board, Su and SD, and finally the SS. These are Panasonic's names for what are more commonly known as the Y Main (or Y-Sus), the upper and lower Y buffer boards, and the Z main (or Z-Sus). Sorry I can't boil it down any further for you,... would have to measure voltages, etc.
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
I had the same issue. I am going to replace my scan buffer boards. The upper half of mine works but the lower half is black so I would replace the lower Scan buffer board but in case of future issues I have ordered both upper and lower for $44.
The scan buffer boards are fairly simple to locate. Open up back of tv there are two biffer boards identical. The item or product code on them contain letters either SU or SD (Scan up and Scan down)Look up tv parts and item code you will find a place to order or just get the 1 800 number from tv manufacturer.
Posted on Aug 08, 2010
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