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Is there a circuit breaker on this model?

I'm fine with troubleshooting when I get home, but I'm not sitting near the unit at the moment. I'm trying to convince my wife that it's worth LOOKING AT fixing, even if we eventually purchase a big-screen TV this weekend. She wants to buy one on the way home, without even trying to fix it.
No power is getting to the unit at all. The outlet is good, as all other components on the power strip are OK. Are there any kind of reset steps or circuit breakers/fuses on this model?


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  • Locopelli Nov 21, 2007

    Excellent! I will bring it in and rate 4 stars if that turns out to be the problem. 3 for sure, since you gave me ammunition vs. a new purchase. :-) Thx

  • Locopelli Nov 28, 2007

    It was something in the degaussing circuit, $180 to fix it. I'm back in action!




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No reset or magic button but the problem could be C524 Panasonic p/n# Ecqb1224jf off pin 10 of the flyback. These are a VERY common failure in that unit causing everything from shutdown to dead condition.. It wouldn't be that expensive either to have that estimated and repaired. I think you would be pleasantly surprised.

Posted on Nov 21, 2007

  • William Rayburn
    William Rayburn Nov 28, 2007

    Not a bad price for a 32" Tv, glad you're happy... The 500 series board location is in the degaussing circuit - did they show which part it was they replaced?

    Don't forget to rate this session please.




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