Question about Panasonic VIERA Televison & Video
Check fuse on meter board isnt blown.or easir plug another applience in the socket the tv is using. If it works then your tv is most likly damaged from a voltage surge, which can happen from power cuts.
Posted on Oct 15, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There seem to be a problem with the power panel of the television that is why it does not power on if you leave it over the night without trying to turn it on.
Flashing the green power LED light simply means there is a problem in the unit that is why it keeps cutting.
Run a check on the power panel of the television to see if there is a burnt capacitor in the unit, then replace if you find any, also, a cold joint can be a cause for the problem whereby, you have the lead on a capacitor or component melted off and bridging two wrong ends together. That can be corrected with the use of a soldering iron.
If you are not familiar with technical activities, i would strongly advice you have a repairman run a check and fix it for you. It should not cost you much and if it is still under the warranty period, then you can take it back to the dealer that supplied it to you.
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
Right click onyour desktop and click properties (Windows XP) or personalize (Windows Vista).
Click the tab that says Settings(XP) or the link that says Display Settings (Vista)
Adjust your resolution by sliding the bar up or down until your dispaly matched the optimum resolution of your TV.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
Try using a different outlet, the outlet or the tv may have been damaged in the surge. In the case of the tv contact the manufacturer and see if it's still under warranty. There may also be a way to 'reset' the tv by holding the power button down, try looking in the manual or calling customer support. In the future use a surge protector, many of today's electronics are still sensitive to power surges, older tv's were more resilliant than today's in this regard.
Posted on May 30, 2009
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