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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: panasonic 53" tv
Blue background lines with colors otherwise OK may be a loose or dirty blur drive potentiometer on small circuit board behind front grille and beneath front imerboard cover. These are hot-glued in place from factory but may be the cause f the problem. They're VERY sensitive.
If you have bowed blue lines instead of properly aligned colors, you probably have a blown convergence amplifier IC. These boards are no longer available so yours will have to be repaired. Some shops repair them but many send them out for 6-10 weeks. Fairly expensive too considering the amplifier chips are about $35 each (x2).
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
HD ready = the tv is capable of processing and displaying HD signals 1920x1080 on its screen that has a lower native resolution 1366x768
You cannot change that, the tv is build that way.
Posted on May 31, 2010
Unfortunately this appears to be a common issue developing with these Panasonic sets i.e the '7 blinks of death'!
Several customers are complaining about it. The problem is caused by one, both, or all of the following boards: SC board, SD board, and SU board.
Most commonly, the SC board is the one that has failed and because Panasonic have received so many complaints about this issue they are now agreeing to replace the SC board under extended warranty.
However this is not widely known amongst the general public and Panasonic have kept it very quiet.
I would suggest that you make contact with the Panasonic Concierge service centre. Make them aware that you are aware of the SC board issue and that there is an extended warranty on this and ask them to replace it.
However if it happens that one of the other boards has failed be aware that Panasonic are not covering these under warranty and you will be charged for the repair in this case.
The Panasonic Concierge service is available from here
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Posted on Jul 09, 2010
SOURCE: my Panasonic 47 inch rear
You should be able to receive the HD signal from your cable company. If you are still receiving your signal over the air, then you can buy an HD tuner. I found mine at Best Buy for $179 a few years ago. It will come with component outputs which is the HD signal.
I'm using my 70's vintage antenna on my house to receive the 3 local channels in HD.
Posted on Jan 19, 2011
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