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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Just installed a Panasonic model
Your remote is an older model, that was designed and programmed well before your tv, so it's highly unlikely that it will support it. According to the manual
these are the codes you should try : 0277,0078, 0677, 1437
If none of them work then your only option is to perform a code scan, maybe the code for another tv will match yours. If even this fails then sorry, your FIOS remote is incompatible with your new tv.
Posted on Oct 18, 2010
SOURCE: TC-P46G25 - 3 months old
There are two types of guarante that a company offers to a customer. You must read the warrany conditions very well before buying any product. Some of them will give replacement waranty to their product. Some of them will offer only warannty. For the first, if the set shows any problem during its warranty period, the company will replace it with a new one without any question. For the second, they give only wararnty to you. Not a replacement waranty. They have only to do is to repair the faulty set and get it back to you. That is all. Sometimes, there may be delay in getting the spare parts. Sometimes it may tak months. There is no predicted time for that. On some occations, they will ask you the cost of component, as thay claim that the failure occured by your use. If so, that amoun vertually contain their service charge too. I thinks that you got me.
So when you go to buy an other product, buy ony the product that the company assures replacement warranty for a period of 6 months or so. If you have bought the set without replacement warranty now, you will have to suffer. OK.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
SOURCE: Hello, I have a Panasonic
have you already checked the power supply section sir?power failure are often cause by a faulty capacitors at the power supply section.have a close look at the capacitors if you notice a deformed/bulging capacitors replace it and also resolder the components at the power supply board..
let me hear from you.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
Let us take things step by step.
1) If you have an AV cable ( Yellow /Red/White ) try connecting the DVD players composite out (Y/R/W) to the TV's composite in. Select AV input instead of HDMI on the TV and see if you are getting an image. This is to confirm that the DVD video circuit is OK.
2) If all is OK in step one you can try buying a good HDMI v1.3 cable. You do not need a v1.4 cable which is only good for 3D bluray players.
Revert back for more.
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
7 blinks is indicate for faulty power supply however if you already replace it the possible problem is on main board..
Posted on Jun 07, 2012
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