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Panasonic Cinemavision 53" Projection 2002

TV will not stay on. It is like it has an interanl circuit Breaker that will reset if the TV is unplugged. restore power and turn it on it will turn on for about 5 seconds and then shuts down again. the brief glimpse of the picture seems normal. We just got up this morning and it will not work. there was no previouos problems. Can any body help me?

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Re: Panasonic Cinemavision 53" Projection 2002

TV's have a circuit in them that monitors the high-voltage and shuts the set down if it senses something amiss. On a projection type set, figure on just replacing the entire board that has the flyback transformer on it.

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