Question about Pioneer PDP-4360HD 43 in. Plasma Television
Plasma tv goes into stand by mode while tv is on. The blue light starts blinking with no picture. I turn the tv off. Then the tv goes into stand by mode again
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: pioneer plasma tv
Hi, you see when a TV set is left without power going through it, it actually does it harm, things in storage should be powered up at least a few times a month, otherwise the capacitors will loose their "Form" and will not work correctly, and if left too long the unit simply becomes unservicable, also the moisture in the atmosphere, gets absorbed by osmosis, into "Other" compnentry, and this too causes failures, not to mention, any other sort of corrosion, or perhaps flat cells in a unit, inductors etc. So as said, this makes a unit more or less unrepairable.
Below is a service manual, http://www.elwinelectronics.com/roadscum/Field_Service_Guide_07_rev1.2.pdf
Posted on May 04, 2010
Try restting it by unplugging the tv for a few mins and it should rest to original factory default settings but leave it unplugged 10-15 mins to be sure.
Posted on Dec 18, 2011
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