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I recommend that you check the power supply for any blown or faulty capacitors as well as checking all the plugs on the tv internals( all the plugs that plug into the circuit boards) Good Luck.

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you can try these steps if this doesn't work I suggest replacing IC8002 on the power supply
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Vacuum out all the dust.
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Talli,
The number of blinks, called error codes, is crucial in determining what's wrong with your unit.. In this case the color wheel is faulty and needs to be replaced. In that unit the color wheel assembly is Panasonic p/n# TXFEN01RP4S and is available from many sources for about $390.00 plus shipping.
There are some companies like Tri-State-Module that have taken-up rebuilding color wheel assemblies but I can't be certain that this is one of the brand/models they support. If you can have it rebuilt you might save about half the price of a new one...
For your edification in the future here are the blink codes for your Tv:
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If I can help any other way just let me know...
Good Luck!
Bill

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