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Once your turn off the plasma TV, you cannot turn it back on until it cools down

If you turn off my Sony plasma tv you cannot turn it back on until about 10-15 minutes after it cools off--is that correct?

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Re: Once your turn off the plasma TV, you cannot turn it...

No. If it's a Plasma, you can turn it off and on at will. If it's an LCD, that is true, and Sony's won't let you turn them back on. You would see the power led flashing. Once the LCD bulb cools down then it will turn back on. Hope this helps

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Some where on the back, bottom or sides of your plasma tv you will find input jacks for the audio and video. You must know what type of inputs you want to use.
Most have have 4 types

HDMI (audio and video signal combined)
Component (red, blue, green RCA jacks for video only)
Composite (yellow RCA jack for video only)
S-video ( larger round black jack with video only)

The Panasonic should have all of those also. I am certain it has HDMI and Component.

Connect the HDMI cable into the output HDMI jack from the Panasonic into the HDMI input jack on the TV.

Then using your remote for the TV make sure you select the HDMI input for viewing.

If you use any of the other video outputs on the Panasonic just connect it to the same type of input jack on the TV. Once again check the owners manual for more detailed instruction if you need them.

You must always be sure to have the proper input selected on the TV to be able to view it.

You can also respond back with more questions if you have any.
I am happy to help.


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