Question about Televison & Video
We have a Panasonic TV (Model CTK-2580S) from 1989. It turns off without warning, and often turns back on again by itself. A TV repairman said that the switch and the regulator needed repairing/replacing. Is this a job we could do ourselves? Alternately, could the panel be opened and the circuitboard switch be soldered in the closed position and then could we put in an external switch? Or would this bypass the regulator and be a dangerous thing to do?
The regulator is not involved in this problem if the regulator is the defect you cant turn on the tv, but the issue is theturns off without warning, and often turns back on again the switch is also a suspect for this problem, you know in this case we do not look for a one bad parts, maybe the Solder is cold solder, or maybe the tact switch, or some bad capacitor or change value resistor. ill re commend you to look for a qualified electronic technician to clearly diagnose for this problem...
Note.. as i read in this complaint the regulator is good and not to replace..
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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