Question about Panasonic CT-32HX41 32" TV
So I'm sitting down watching TV a couple of weeks ago and my TV turned off. Looked around to see if the kids were playing with the remote. Nope, nobody hit any buttons. I tried powering the unit back on with the remote and nothing. I tried powering on at the power button on the front, nothing. I unplugged the Tv and plugged into a different outlet and turned it on. Surprise it works. An hour later it did it again. I unplugged an plugged back in the same outlet that it started doing this with. I t worked again for a while and eventually got worse over the last 2 weeks. Now I can only get it to work for about five mins at a time. Any ideas???
i think line out put transformer is leaking high voltage.if u r nat an technetion then dont try to on tv agin because high voltages can damage several costly ic in the set.
Posted on Jun 12, 2007
I dont know if this will help anyone....but I opened the TV up and found a blown fuse right wherer the power cable connects. I replaced the fuse and while doing so noticed alot of dust and what seemed like part of a spider web. I got a can of compressed air and cleaned it up. Once I put in the new fuse the TV worked perfectly.
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
SOURCE: panasonic HDTV /no power
the loss of power was do to a blown fuse. could not access it through the small opening near where the power cord went in at the back of set.. carefully took the back of just far enough to access the fuse and replaced it. Working fine.
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
SOURCE: TV won't turn on
If you're any good at repairs I would check for an in line fuse. Check right where the power cord hooks into the TV. They sometimes blow just as you've discribed. If it's blown it's a pretty safe bet that replacing it will fix the problem. There is however a slight chance that something else might have blown it so if you replace it and it blows again take it to the shop. You've got a high 90"s % chance it's a 50cent fuse though. Good luck.
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
The Panasonic Gaoo sets were top of the line in it's day, the problem you are describing is a vertical deflection issue caused by bad solder joints and a few parts. I recommend a tv technician to fix the set.
Posted on Jan 09, 2011
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