Question about Panasonic Televison & Video
No sound or pic...is there a reset button? or a way to pull codes?
If it is saying no channels available then you are not hooked up the source properly.
Posted on Dec 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Though i answered this exact question tonight, but maby it didnt post, sorry...heres the instructions.
To enter the service menu follow the directions below:
1) Go into the menu and select cable mode
2) Set sleep timer to 30
3) Exit menu and change chanel to 124
4) press and hold volume down button ON THE FRONT OF THE TV
5) A red "chk" should appear in the top right coner
Once you have the red CHK i think you press action to get the menu up, then chose convergence.
RTUNE- changes colors
MUTE-makes the cursor blink and not blink (when its blinking you can move it from point to point, when it stops blinking you can adjust that point)
"7" - saves the changes you have made
When you are done to exit the service menu follow the directions below:
Press ACTION and POWER buttons together on the FRONT of the set
the tv should the reset itself and turn itself off and back on.
Also if you have a convergence problem and have not repaired the circuit then going into this menu and trying to do adjustments can cause major problems in the dcu so if you have not repaired the circuit DO NOT go into this mode. you must first fix the circuit, and if you dont know how to fix it then you should call a repair man. You can cause major problems in the menu that are not fixable once they have been done.
Let me know if you need more info!
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
This is a 2005 model; it sounds like you have a burnt optical light engine: part number is
TZSC03047 Part is about 800 dollars and requires tech approval from Panasonic to buy. A number of these optical engines use an elaborate system of lens---the heat from the lamp can damage the lens and the color that is damaged separates enough inside to cause the blue streak somewhere on the screen. I hope you have an extended warranty on this set.
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Posted on Aug 27, 2009
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