Question about Panasonic CT-32HXC43 32" TV
There are many causes for this set to have no power, if you get no red light at all a common fault is the 6.3 amp main fuse blowing in this set. It is because the timing unit for the degaussing coil has changed over time and is staying on just a little to long causing the fuse to blow. A technician will put a 7 amp fuse in as a replacement, Do not use a fuse of any higher value or you will have a fire hazard. If the 7 amp fuse blows then you either have another power related issue or the timming unit has gone way out of tolarance and need changed.
If you have no experience inside of a tv, and don't understand the hazards of electrical shock even with the tv unplugged i would not attempt to open the set up and do this yourself.
A service call from a technician could run around $100.00.
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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