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try looking into the Timer section on the TV. also on Dish if it is left unattended (like stay on same channel etc) it will go in to sleep mode, U then just hit the Select button.. U can go in the Dish menu and set the Sleep mode (inactivate mode ) to a longer time, I usually set my for 8 hours.
1. Unplug the recorder from the wall outlet and DISCONNECT THE ANTENNA. Now plug it back into the wall power outlet.(This will keep the recorder from freezing and rebooting)
2. let it go thru it's normal bootup, tv guide search, etc.
3. When you are able to, hit MENU and then go up to TIMERS. Delete all of the record timers. Unplug it, reconnect the antenna, and plug it back in.
4. After a now a proper bootup, re-program you timers and you will be good to go.
5. And the best thing is, all of your pre-recorded shows will still be there on the hard drive.
I have 3 of these 7000pals and 2 have done this same thing, one of them did it twice. It seems like after years of adding and deleting timers, the DVR's software gets "confused". I've noticed twice it happened "on the hour" just as a program timer started while I was watching a program through the DVR. ZAP...Locked up! The power button would not even work to turn it off.
I would suggest that you do a yearly "TIMER CLEAN" to avoid this trouble in the future.
i would replace the fuse again and try a different outlet to rule out an electrical problem with that particular outlet. if it blows the fuse in a different outlet it's probably time to retire that TV set it's hard to find anyone to work on them anymore because they've become obsolete due to the flat screens.
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Plug your tv into another outlet some where in another room and see if it works.
Check your tv owners manual and see if it has a "reset" button.
Usually, if this happens it because of the electric heater.
They tend to pull alot of power and blow power to your fuse box. IE...if you have a 15 amp breaker and run 20 amps per say through it
it blows....or shuts off the power.....this happens alot at work with people
running heaters, lights etc.
Try holding the power button in on the receiver until the picture goes away then turn it aloose it will reboot and your sound will usually come back. If you had rather and can get to it unplugging it from the electric outlet, the receiver, does the same thing.
The 2 blink error is a temperature error and the 6 blink error is a thermal fuse error. You may need to unplug the set and get you a can of canned air, take off the back lower cover and blow out all of the fans inside the set.
Not a very common problem, but there is a fix. If you contact Panasonic, you may get a concession for repair if the set is not under warranty any more.
This happens where static, not shutting the set down properly (such as killing the set's AC with a cable box) or noisy electric (120V) causes data corruption of the EEPROM. When the set is shut down (writing to the IC every time as to remember your current settings), the problem only gets worse with each power cycle.
The main EEPROM needs to be reloaded and updated - the new firmware is more robust and have never seen the problem reoccur. This requires a special programming jig provided only by Panasonic Services and should ONLY be done by someone who really knows what they're doing.
it sounds like it may be a capacitor problem and it may be linked to the electricity you receive adding a battery back up of sufficient quality will smooth out the electric current and also **** up the spikes from the power and light company. I have seen many aquas suffer from capacitor failure but it may be an expensive fix. check your electric output and see if it can handle the load for this tv.