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Panasonic 32'' TV wont power on

I have a 2002 Panasonic tv model # CT-32D12DF chassis TP341 that will no longer power on. Its basically dead. Any ideas?

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I just received the same model from a neighbour because it too wouldn't power on after suddenly quitting. The T.V. rrepair shops quoted $160.00 to $250.00 to fix the power supply/transformer. All I did was rremove the back and check if the circuit board was actually receiving power from the corsd - it wasn't. I then replaced the plug, plugged it back in and the set works prefectly now. This is a commonm problem with panasonic and certainly does not require the services of a technician, not the exorbatant costs quoted to repair. Simply cut off the plug and replace with a sturdy self sealing/connecting one available at any hardware store for less than $1.00.

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