Question about Panasonic PT-50LC14 50" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready Television
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ok guy's i have the same tv and simular problems, first check the lamp light located next to the sd disk input (on the front). if it's not blinking then 2 things 1) more than likely it's the lamp if you haven't replaced it by now your one of the lucky ones, you can find them online for around $100, in which i paid over $300 for two differnt bulbs. the warrent only covers 1 bulb. 2) this happens to me once in a while try unplugging it let it set for a minute or two, replug it back in and try it again. but it depends if the light shines yellow (orange) and blinks twice, then try it again. you kinda have it cycle through and that should work. if not then unplug the unit, then take off the front cover and use a philips screwdriver remover the bulb (located behind the cover in the front) then i highly recomend doing this on a weekend pull out the shop vac and **** out the dust inside the lamp housing, then take off the back housing along with the left side speaker and first clean it out with a rag, then go through it with the shop vac. basically if dust builds up the unit will trap the heat and that it's why it will overheat and shut down.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
well it gets real compicated, if you are good with electronics and can take apart and put back together the inside the projector needs cleaned or the easy fix replace light engine about $600.00 rebuilt
Posted on Oct 23, 2007
SOURCE: Panasonic PT-50LC14 wont turn on
Ok well it's the shop for this bad boy I am afraid.. to me it says Power Supply OR fault that causes PSU to shut down.. either way unless ya a dab hand at this type of thing, its obtain a reputable serviceman and get a "Quote" and proceed from there.. GL
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
You will find this very easy. Take the front panel off. It just pops off. Two screws..one on the out side door and one inside the door. You can do it from there. Oh yea put the back of the Tv back together....lmao.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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