Question about Panasonic Televison & Video
This TV has two filter panels at his sides. The panels get clogged with dust, and that causes overheating.
The filter panels look like speakers and are held by screws. They are located at each side of the TV. After undoing the screws the panels must be removed and cleaned, using an apposite cloth and a small hoover. The filters are located behind filter panels.
If that does not fix the problem then either one of the internal fans is faulty, or one of the termic sensors located on board at the base of the fan is faulty.
The repair job must be done by a technician to avoid damaging the TV.
Here the fans, filters do not need replacement , and temp sensor is usually not fixed at component level.
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Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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