Question about Panasonic CT-32SX31 32" TV
I turned my tv off today and then tried to turn it back on with no luck. I have checked the power. There is nothing around the tv to cause the failure. Could it possibly be a fuse and if so how would I change it? Any other ideas. Thank you.
Yes, it is most likely the fuse. I have seen many of the fuses in those Panasonics "pop" for no apparent reason. If you feel comfortable, you can replace that fuse yourself. Carefully remove the back, follow the AC power cord and where the AC cord attaches to the PC board will be a small glass fuse. It is most likely a GMA 6.3A fuse. Replace that fuse and the set should work. If the original fuse is good or if the new fuse blows out too, have the set serviced by a qualified tech.
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