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I have a TC-P50X5 Plasma my power shut off and when it came back on the tv would not tune on. This happen before after a power out but came back on after about 15min. Is this common? What do you think is the problem?

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Your tv has a faulty power supply board also called SOS-P board. Take of the back panel and look for any obvious defects. Start by checking the capacitors for cracked/swollen/leaky capacitors. If the tops of the capacitors are not flat then it indicates that the components are faulty. If you find any you should replace them with exactly the same values. Ex: 40v,1000mF
If you don't find any a component level repair might still be possible so if you are skilled in electronics and know how to use a meter you can start by downloading a service manual. Unfortunately I don't have one for this model but you can download it from the link below
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Once you have it post back and I will help you troubleshoot this issue.

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Posted on Jan 22, 2010

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The TV may have gone into shutdown mode because it may have sensed overvoltage or overcurrent due to short circuits.
You will have to open it up do some inspection inside the TV.
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Posted on Jul 08, 2010

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Try unplugging it completely for 30 seconds to 1 minute. Plug it back in. If it still won't come on, it's likely taken a power surge and popped a fuse or power supply, which means a trip to the service center.

Posted on Jun 18, 2011

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SOURCE: I have a 50" panasonic tv model num TC-P50X5. it wont power up.My question is this ; where are the fuses and how will i know if its the power board?

Look closely at the board. Look for burnt or charred area's on it. With mine, if found the capacitors damaged. they are the little battery type looking pieces with the 3 scored-in dividers on the silver top. Yours look like they are black with silver top. I can't quite tell from this picture but it kind of looks like the one that stands alone may be damaged? Look to see if each one still has a flat top, with the lines/scores still in tact. What happens if one goes bad is that they will "mushroom" out at the top and often show black soot like dust on them. I found it was much easier to replace the board, then to try to add new capacitors. That's just too tedious and I did not have the tools for it. Good Luck! Have a great day!

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SOURCE: my Panasonic tc-p50x5 plasma tv will not come on after a power outage. Dose It need a new power supply?

First of all this is a plasma television and they are obsolete. The parts are very hard to get. Second, it is highly unusual that it could come back on after a few days. Third is the power outage, if it was caused by a surge then there are parts that are toast.

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