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see if you have a menu button on the tv itself. might be under a little pop out tray. look through the menus to switch the aux. over to video1 or game or something. if you dont have the menu option then there probably is no way to do it. try going to channel 3 and going down? if that dont work then sorry bud.
unit seems to go into protect mode.Theres very little that can be done..There is good chance unit needs to be checked at a repair shop.Try to find one that is authorized for your particular brand if possible
have u check the menu??? where u can move the audio optons, panasonic has 3 options: speakers on speaker off variable pre out (u can connect and amplifier and when u up the volume in ur tv then u turn up the volume in the amplifier) speaker off continues out (u turn on and down the volumen directly on the amplifier)
try to connect an amplifier to the tv an see if u have sound.
i u dont have sound neither the amplifier the audio in the tv must be damaged.
The original problem of turning off and on randomly could have been caused by a loose switch or contact in the front panel, or something similar like a short in the control circuitry. This might have also caused random features to become activated in the TV's menus; like the v-chip lockout feature, which is what you're describing now.
I'm unable to find an online user's manual to see if there's a way to reset the v-chip lockout. Try a default password like 0000 or 1234, and if that doesn't work, see if you can find the user's manual (hopefully you kept it!) and look for instructions there on how to reset the v-chip feature or what the default password is.
you have to repair its power supply, there are a couple of capacitors you have are almost short that's why the TV is turning of so to be in safe mode from power failure.
Please contact a good technician in you place for a service.