Question about Panasonic CT-36D20 36" TV
This is a frame collapse most likely caused by failure of the frame chip. You would need firstly to remove the back cover & using a test meter check that you are getting the supply voltage to the chip. If this is ok then replace the chip, it will be attached to a heatsink. If you are not comfortable to try this, then a local repair centre should be able to fix this easily.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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