Question about Panasonic TH-L32C20X 32 inch Multi-System LCD TV
How to buy mainboard Panasonic TH-L32C20X 32 inch Multi-System LCD TV
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Mar 18, 2009
SOURCE: Panasonic 32 inch LCD TV reset
Here's a possible solution. I have a TC32LX7 and forgot my password. I tried the service mode access method for my 27" Toshiba SDTV. It worked. Remember, the entire set is put
back to the factory settings. All you do is:
1> Turn on the set.
2> Turn the volume level to zero.
3> Press and hold the "Down Volume" button on the TV.
(Do not release the button)
4> Wait 1 sec
5> Press and hold the Menu button on the Remote Control
(Make sure the remote is pointing at the TV's sensor)
6> Keep holding both buttons until the TV goes into System
Check mode. (When it does, Release the buttons)
7> If it works:
a) A message should popup telling you the system is
being checked, do not power off ...
b) Then that message will go away and the screen will
simple have some result codes showing.
8> If something like step 7 happened, Press and hold the
"Power" button on the TV until it shuts off. When you
turn it on again it will think it is the first power up.
(bang no passcode) - The End - Stop Reading.
9> If step 7 did not happen, try steps 1-6 again.
10> If step 9 did not work...Oh well then I guess the
software reset method was changed.
Posted on May 02, 2009
hdmi Ports Qty
I read your tv has 3 hdmi ports and a PC input.
if your pc has hdmi out - the you use a hdmi cable from the pc to the tv on one of the hdmi inputs.
if your pc has a 15pin vga cable you can unplug from your PC monitor (or go buy a VGA cable if you want to keep one on the tv and one on your pc monitor - or if you are using a laptop).
when you unplug the computer from the monitor .. check the pins - should look to be about 15 pins in the connector. it that will plug into the tv- then you are using a vga cable. if it will not plug into the tv pc input .. don't force it. It could be a dvi connector . .take the cable off the PC and to radio shack and they can fix you up (you need a dvi to vga cable - not likely, but possible)
I always turn off a pc before disconnecting monitors - and plug into the other display before turning the pc back on.
Posted on Nov 29, 2010
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