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Panasonic TUCTH100 crashed. cannot switch on

The machine seems to have crashed and only displays 'panasonic' in the display window. I need to know how to reset the machine

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  • g_macmillan Feb 26, 2009

    Unfortunately, I've done that, and still seems stuck. I guess it's a gonna. Thanks for replying



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The reset can be performed by unplugging it from electrical power for several minutes and the plugging it back in.

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