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No picture - wont 'turn on''

Seems to not want to ''turn on'' remote nor button on front on TV works. Receiving sound through stereo (hooked up to digital cable) is this a problem with the on/off switch or tuner? is it worth getting fixed vs. new tv.? this one is 5 years old.

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  • angelagraden Feb 04, 2009

    the light is not flashing (nor is it on)

    it is a HDTV panasonic CT-32HXC43

    i did unplugged it for about 3 hours but it still did not come on

  • marionbagget May 11, 2010

    Does the light on the front flash ? Panasonic uses the number of flashes to guide you to the problem. What is the model of the tv ?
    Panasonics has a website technicans can use to download manuals to diagnose some of their TV.

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If it fails while plugged into energized outlet then its related to the main power supply regulator circuit. If you are NOT an electronic/electrical/technician or tech savy with DVM do not read this message further.

No light on means you should check check the fuse(s).
UNPLUG the unit and removed the cover.
CRT based units will still have 25,000 Volts EVEN WHEN UNPLUGGED !! So do not touch the CRT/circuit.
The fuse(s) will most likely be located on/near the power supply board. Look for a small panel where the cord enters the unit.
For a glass type, check to see if it is blowned. If bad replace with identical value. Attach back cover and try set.
http://service.us.panasonic.com/OPERMANPDF/CT32HL43G.PDF

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I would really recommend hooking a stereo system into your TV, though. The PS2 has INCREDIBLY stereo sound and you really miss out on a lot if you just have the sound coming out of your TV speakers!! Especially if you play DVDs through your PS2, you want that sound coming out of the stereo system. So in this case you would send the video to your TV, so your TV can show the picture. You then send your audio (sound) to the stereo, so it can play the sound. Most stereo systems have multiple input spots so you can plug in your CD player, your tape player, your record player, etc. So just choose an input spot that isn't taken yet. Here's an image of that connection -

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