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Display not working

I am really disappointed because I just bought this about 3 months ago and the display quit working. Of course I get no help from the store I purchased it from. Is it an easy fix? I would prefer not to have to take it to a repair shop.

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Re: Display not working

There is a new part number for the display. the part number is A2BD00000113 and it can be ordered directly from panasonic at 1-800-833-9626. the cost is 20.26 plus 8.95 s+h by usmail (7-10 days)

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I think this is a common problem with this unit. Everybody I have seen on the message boards has had it happen after the warranty has expired. Mine was out of warranty, and I called Panasonic to ask what they were doing about this problem from a desing point. They basically said there was nothing they could do, but would offer me a small discount to buy a newer model. I started laughing and asked why would I buy another product from a company that has a problem that they have no intention of fixing or finding the cause of. It appears you can buy the part and do it yourself for $30 or so, but I haven't gone that route as of yet.

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