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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: TV WILL NOT START
You need to look at the power supply board for swollen capacitors. Some of the capacitors will have a black goo on them and that would be your problem and why it cannot start up. You can find the power supply board by removing the back cover, looking towards the top middle. Once you have located that, look for bad capacitors as stated above. If you are comfortable soldering, you can remove the bad ones and put in new ones. Look at digikey.com for the replacement capacitors. Simply put in the specs of the capacitors. Mine for example were 680 mfd at 50 v. I ordered 4 of those as my power supply had 4 capacitors with the black goo on them. After I put in the new parts, at a cost of $5, my tv stopped making the clicking sound and it turned right on. I tested the bad caps for giggle and they were not holding their power as they should, so they were confirmed bad. I hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
I bought the model TH-50PX60U June of 2007. I've been hearing the very annoying clicking noise as well.
Since the TV has a one year warranty, I just called Panasonic and they've scheduled a tech to come over and take a look at it three days from now.
I will publish the results on the same page.
Posted on Apr 14, 2008
Definitely a power supply problem.I had the same problem and changed the power supply, and TV works normally. Depending where you buy the unit, it shouls cost around $150/--, and it is very easy to replace.
Posted on May 06, 2009
Could be the decoder:
1. unplug the TV ans wait a few mins.
2. If you have digital cable box or dish tuner reboot those as well (likely your issue)
What you have is artifacting what that means is tiling garbiling and freezing this happends when the data in the digital stream just stopped hence Frozen.
Try those things rule out your cable tv box first or your sat box, if this is OTA over the air your antenna.
1. Try DVD's if it happends during a DVD you do have a decoder issue if it does not you need to talk to your cable tv or sat operator.
So you got 3 possiabilites here 1. the worse Decoder, 2 cable company or satalite provider, 3 your antenna is in the wroung position.
I sure this will help.
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
Testimonial: "i just hope this works"
SOURCE: My Philips flat screen tv
It could be a power supply problem. In this model at least 2 capacitors, go bad in the power supply I think they're 1000uf/10V. If you look at the power supply board you will notice a bad cap with a blister on the top. The whole power board is from $100 - $200. I fixed a lot of these sometime the Y or sustain board goes bad. Visual inspection then measuring voltages..
Best of luck
Posted on Nov 03, 2010
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