Question about Panasonic CT-32HC14 32" TV
I left this morning and left the tv on, it was fine. I came back 20 mintues later and it was off. I tried to turn it back on with the remote and the tv button but neither will work. I wave tried switching outlets and that doesn't work either, our other electronics come on fine when plugged in there. The TV is only 3 years old and has been plug in the same place ever since we got it. What could the problem be??
HAD same problem, TV went click, turned off, dead. Could not reset by unplugging, remote wouldn't work. Suspected power supply related problem. Pulled back cover off (6 screws, 4 along top, 1 in each bottom corner). Pull cover back slowly as there are a few wires that are secured to screen by a plastic retainer - located on left side as viewed from rear. Just untwist the retainer to give you more slack to pull cover back, put wires back later. I replaced the BLOWN FUSE located on circuit board at left rear where the power cord comes in and connects to same circuit board. My local TV parts and service stores would NOT sell the fuse to me, they wanted a service call out of the deal. So, I ordered the fuse online from PARTSTORE.COM out of NY. The fuse is Panasonic Part #XBA2A00101F, is 6.3A @ 125VAC, and costs $1.95. I DO realize that the fuse blew for reasons unkown, but at least I have my TV back until another day.
Posted on Mar 08, 2008
Thanks compro, a trip to Radio Shack and two bucks latter the TV is up again. I know it is a temp fix but I needed to keep it running till I'm able to get a Sony flat screen. This TV is one heavy piece of glass, also putting the rear cover back on can be a chore. I will talk to Panasonic tomorrow to let them know this is a common problem with this set, for what ever its worth..
Posted on Jun 01, 2008
I had the same problem, The power lite flashes 5 times meaning a power supply problem. I thumped on the relays in front of the degause plugs. It then came on. I checked the printed circuit board underneath and found several cold solder connections. I re-soldered them and now ok.
Posted on Aug 13, 2010
This just happened to me tonight...TV was fine this morning...I got home this evening and it won't turn on at all. I've tried plugging it into different outlets (confirmed that it wasn't an electricity problem) and it would not turn on at all. Got the TV in April of 04'
Posted on Jan 10, 2008
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