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I have a Panasonic lounge chair model ep1004 that bought at Costco yo can hear motor running for a few seconds while the hand control blinks 5 times the everything shut off. Help

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If the digital programmer circuit / controller does not get a feedback signal from the inverter for a period of 3 seconds, the controller will stop the cook cycle.

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could it be that i didn't follow the manuel because i got it second hand or is it because something is wrong with it,and i have to get it fixed.

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there are a number of parts that may cause your problem power supply, z or y sustain boards, drive boards or panel. needs a qualified servicer to check out.

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SOURCE: Panasonic cinema vision 1080 hd projection tv shut off and red

thats the error code for the convergence ICs. Replace both STK392-110 Convergence Ics and the 2.2 ohm resistors. You can get the Panasonic rear projection Convergence repair kit #1 at the following link which contains the two ICs and all six resistors plus step by step instructions with pictures so you can do the repair yourself.
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Ballast Board it what turns Lamp on Call Encompass Parts Distr. or Look on their website.

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