Question about Televison & Video
When turning my 10 year old Panasonic CRT TV on (either from standby mode or at the switch) no picture (or sound) appears and it then quickly, within 5-10 seconds, switches itself into standby mode. This happens consistently, not sporadically - i.e. the set doesn't work. Is this a recognised symptom and if so can it be fixed, and how? I like my CRT TV and don't want to get ripped off being forced into buying LCD/Plasma.
Is this a recognised symptom? yes the problem in power supply. it is due to switching oscillator& switcing output circuit probabaly capacitor & transistor. as set is very old so after power supply is ok check for horizontal output also. can it be fixed? yes it is common & not major problem
Posted on Oct 08, 2007
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